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eo$Ain tuiaid uí stuti 

nv 

beAtATÓ Atl plUÓ AgUS pOCtOÍtt; 

Uf n-a gcfuinniugA'ó Aguf 6 gcuf i n-eagAf 
teif Ati 

AÚA1U pÁT)ftA13 lux l Dtl11fltl1tl l 

o^f an T)|\,\nu\ " Cf efoe-Atfi Aguf gofCA," Aguf 
dn rrnt "Cofnrac U* Conaitt," edgAftóif 

" &ot>&sÁU(\ U1 n^fvMlle," -]c. 



,An tk\ju\ heAgAf. 




Af n-A gCUf <\tvu\ó 

COntlttAt) 1K\ ^vU'tnl^e, 
1 mtXdite S( & Cttdt. 

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[All Ri(jhls Jicserved.] 



160030 



SEALV, BltVERS AND WALRER, MIDPLE ABBEY STREET, DUBLl>. 



V;svm 

EOGHAN RUADH OSULLIVAN. xxxm 

mchaidhe had finished his romance, and the lis- 
teners had settled down to a sobei mood. 

Eoghan never composed anything that is not o£ 
first-class merit of its kind, if we except tlu* elegy 
on Father Horgan. Unfortunately, lie too often 
dealt with uscless themes, such as the Warrant of 
tlie Ilat, and that against Nbonan, and the litany of 
cursos lie poured out Cait Ni Laoghaire. But never 
was language tlirown so recklessly away; his sur- 
roundings tended to lower his poetical ideals. 

Bis talents were various. As a satirist hc excellcd, 
and no poet could press home his point more forcibly 
thanhedoesin the "Arrachtach Sean." (XXVIII.) As 
a humorous poet he often excels, though his poetic 
humour is confined to a narrow sphere, and not vciy 
Bubtle. Asalyricpoe1 he stands in the first rank. His 
pathos is unsurpassed. 11«' never tabours. Ilc seizes 
on the most entangled and difficult metrical system, 
and builds his poem on it with as much apparent 
ease as if he wrere wrriting prose. Ilis ear is perf 
There is never a flaw in his metre. The poem 1 
gCaol-'ooipe 1 1. ) is unrivalled as a lyric, in which the 
most difficult stress-frame imaginable is wielded witfa 
amid a flood of most beautiful Language. The 
worá come in torrents : I hey rush, they surge ; there 
is no disorder; they break ever into endless cadem 
of beauty unsurpassed 

Our poet lios solved the problem of I he connection 
i words and melody more successfully than it 
bas ever been solved bofore; and in this respecl be 
has no rival ra literat are, ancient or modei d. 

Eogl yle is certainly open to serious objec- 

I ion. ii ia too redundant 1 1«- p >ui a oul a wealth 

43 



XXXIV INTRODUCTION. 

of adjectives wlíich béwilder the reaaer and defy 
translation. In Irisli these adjectives are not quite 
synonymous, but thc nearest English equivalents are 
often necessarily so. Their abundanee often weakens 
the thought, however well they may suit the rythm. 
In the use of compound words he has no equal. Most 
of his compounds aro of his own making, but their 
component parts are so cleverly welded together that 
thev are sure of an enduring place in every future 
dietionary of the language. In Poem II. this word- 
weaving is carried to a high degree of perfection. 
Thus : 

^o péit-jnnjit cpéic-ctnppeAC FAon-tftifni§ cmn (103). 
And again : 

Spéift-orvuinne^tt r\AOf\-omig óémi-ójuic^c ó^.oni (10G). 
And : 
A gté-t)funnneAtt gné-fmiróce gté-ctn?;rev\ó gfinn, 

" (168). 
But it is not mere verbal dextcrity that is evinced 
by his compounds. Eoglian was evcrv inch a p< 
Some of his compounds arc littlc poems in thcm- 
selves. Thus, ff-áf-Aefedó (182), and 
CAOf\-rhitte<vú cU\on-nine.\tt cté-ctiiru\inn fitt (153). 
Who can read this last line without dwelling men- 
tally on the picture described by each compound ? 
How accurate is the picture set before us by the 
words : 

A *oéi*o iyuaj\ ó*Mtc 1 n*ottiic-óío r (551). 
There is something thrilling in the vehemence of 
language which onr poet often employs imder the 
control of the subtlest metre. The following lines 
brealc in upon the reader like the rush of an Atlar.tic 
wave at springtide : 



EOGHAN RUADH O'SULLIVAN. .w.w 

gan úipoe 4 s\\n óeAtinAf úom lúe 'r fcom geAffuvó, 

Le miOfCAIf Ws S^llvMt') Atl lK\t*M1j\, 

tu5 milteÁ'ó guf ukm, L\í> gan cime 5-án CAife, 

5tv\n-iontK\)\l)A'0 If fCAIpeA'Ó v\j\ mo cik\U/ 

(519-522. 
A trite conceil ia expressed with great majesty an I 
rigour as Eollows : 
V)í gite ik\ heÁíA 5^n ceirheal ^e LdfAif 

&5 fiofm^ 'f v\s caifmifc 'tK\ cptt^wtuMV) 
lf ní t)li§£eAf 'oo óeAÓC4f *o*fott uffAim n-á Sfuvo-Atn 

114 iotK\-o 'tK\ lK\fVÓ CUIM |UK\1tÍint|\ (495-498). 

I Ibserve the power and vehemence of 1 he íoIIom i;i. 

|f rojwncwc opwjuwc copK\n"K\o c<M|uk\Ó 
jjAÓ pollw.-n 'oon cwin ik\|\ cwcwo le be-An, 

's if polláf suf bfOfcuigte bofb 1 mbeAfndin 
CufjtAinn d lv\m*i 1 5Cn<áfft-§e4ffttfÓ óedfC ; 

If prswlcwc .swc CfO&Alfe &C4 A5 L&nn-ÓOfCAIfC atl '- 

óon, 

1|^ nnH'wnvil cni\\fc,\ C(s\nti|\\ gnto ceanncd ;sitp 

[ • vj\nwnn 
< Wmc^v.n lf fe-Afdftl "OO lv\sv\il> 50 fátAÓ, 

fAipe cé-AU 5|tdm Af vwj\ n-AffA<ót a<G pvn. I 1786- 
17!»:).) 

Tlir poet's pathos is bo manifesl throughout the 

I ms that h is unnecessary to poinl oul mi 

Bpecimens of it. Gifted w it !i a keen Bei aibili y. b 
fell bitterly the ^ - r \ í t < i< 1 « * t<> which poverty had 
forced a bcíod of I he princely house of O'S 
ln his lel rl Lsing I he 0] ui 

Bch< m '1 he Bays : 

om 

lf tf. 

6 mt)< 

■ Aife rw 1 
i 546-154 



XXXVI INTRODUCTION. 

How withering is his scorn of the foreign tyrants 
who oppressed his country : 

T\a v.lAtA V)A ^r\ÁtAc zÁ\\tAc Cf e^f^rh^it 
X)Á scAptAT) if *oá ^c\\Át> ir x>Á scÁpnAt) a^ p^n^cicp 
An cám noc T)'^t>4i*ó jm sfiam via he^fc^me 
"^\\avca\\ ceAl^Ac \YiÁ\\ZAm ifiAtttngce 
An ófón-coip cug m^rUvó T)on ójro. 

(943-947.) 

And how tenderly does he describe the charms of the 
oppressed queen, the true source of his inspiration : 

X)a oinne péir a CAm\-guiD 

Y\Á ptunnexMii mé-dp a^ fppe^^^t) puijtc 

'S tlá CfUIIC Af\ Cé X)0 t\\eA\*CA)]\ tHlf 

Ciot) bAot T>«.\m *\ |\<u") ; 
'S tu\ gite a\ héxVOx\n pne<\crv\riu\it 
'Wá ax\ tite c<\oni ir Yu\ Afi <u\K\ ap rjuic 
'S b^ pungce c<c\ot A nu\U\ rtu-oce 

An |\é<dtc-*óe^\|\c 5-dn CA.\mi. (375-382.) 
And again : 

t)í rcÁit n-A 5C^\o|\ óf U\f\vó 
U|\é DÁine *\n Ut 'ti-d leAGdifl 
1TlÁnU\cc míne ir tmure 

Oicce 'nÁ rcéim. 
A|\ fwh-popc |\mn téj\ te.\5v\t) 
Omce U\oc g^n c*\p*vó, 
1r r*\rc.A pne*vó nu\U\ 

S^-fmngce c.\ot. (229 286.) 

In spite of his defects of stvle, in spite of the con- 
ventionalmachinervof some of his finestsona-s,Eno-han 
Ruadh is entitled to a supremacy in Irish Literature 
from which he cannot be dislodged. Lyric poetry 



EOGHAN RUADH O'SULLIVAN. xxxvii 

never flowed with Buch life and motionand vigouras 
froin his pen. The characteristic vehemence of the 
Irish Celt — his enthusiasm, his warmth of nature, 
his tenderness of heart — have in his Eíongs found 
their highest expression. His lyric range extends 
firom the fierce war-cry of the clans to the softest 
Btrains of the lullaby. Gusts of fierce passion, ter- 
rible as Atlantic hurricanes, sweep over his lyre 
without disturbing its deep-sel harmony. H<- is bold 
and vehement, but withal soft and tender; terriblein 
his denunciation. but generous and forgiving. He 
can say kind words, even of his Saxon tyrants, in the 
tlusli of victory. The fact that his very name is 
Btill unknown to niost Irishmen shows how far we 
have travelled on th< i road of national decadence, 
while the patronising Bneerswith which evennative 
[rish scholars treat his pretensiohs to fame afford 
painful evidence that the effects of generations of 
slav.-rv are far from being wiped out. He is, never- 
theless, the Literary glory of his country . His name 
erves to be enshrined amon&rsl the few Bupreme 
lyric poets of all time. What Pindaristo Gre< 
whal Burnsis toScotland,wha1 Bérangeristo France, 
what nobody in particular, unless il be íír, Eiplingj 
is to England, that and much more is Boghan 
Ruadh to [reland.* 



* In thifl and the bwo following disqui itions the Roman aam 
to the Qumber oi the p lemfl Ln tnifl ^olomo. 



I I .— M E T R I C . 



[ríih ftfetrefl are dÍTÍded into Svllabic uid BtrenecL Of the former 
fvin.l, which requirea among other thinga b fixed oumber of .- \ 1 1 . 

i h Une, Eoghao Ruadb haa left ua qc Bpecimen exoe] t the 
ilternat >f one poem (XXVII.). 

thfl Btreafled metres, bhe CXáoineA^ó or ItlAjtbfM forme a difltinct 

class. Of thia Eoghan Ruadh afforda but one Bpeoimeo \\\II. . 

ba of Btanzaa of four linea each, Everj Line had 

D 'l in 
8oun«l, while the firai ia variable, and the bnal >und 

i* the Bame bhroughout the entire poem. Bach Btreafl except bhe bnal 
: .;iv ndi two or three Bvllablea, th.-it ís, two or bhree 
be pronounced with dependenoe on it. '1*1 1< - bnal itre 
• .'.•> Bvllablee, on the first of which the Btroflu f.ills. The linee 

1 e -oeoft c\|t yi'>\\\ t)Á ouAOfCA'O 
opi.M - ) ir ái.\-ú <\\\ l. ; p a ctéioe, 2038-9, 

are w\ >f the lÍllOS <>f t 1 1 • - '' ■ uii'tres.-e.l 

I • il ntrolco, uml L'i\in^ tlw -tn !. whether 

diphthong or triphthong, ita equivalenl úmple rowel - rand trhere it ii 
• i do n(), wc iniiv wril inei ín Btre&fl □ 

i — ó — 6 — á — 

o — Á — Á — é - 

In th<» first lino thfl 1 "ii ui of cotte, oo eo of oeoft, on 

••, on ao of r-M]. -i). [n '!..• econd line thej fall onoof 

••'1 -'un.l i :n. 

call bj the general □ 
ia an AriiftÁn in i mfl to 

line i- 
■ in number >>t Btreeefl 



xl INTRODUCTION. 

ing to it in the same strophe ór stanza, that is having the same vowel 
sounds stressed and in the same order. A strophe consists of a number 
of tvpical or base lines, varving in their stress svstems, repeated a 
certain number of times and at varjing intervals, so as to produce a 
complete harmony. The poem consists of a numbcr of such strophes. 
The simplest case of the AtúfiÁn is where all the lines of each stanza 
and of the entire poem correspond, and of this we have several in- 
stances in these poems, as V., XIV., XXIX., XXXI. The number of 
lines in a strophe of the simple Arh-fiÁn is four ; in the more complex 
ArhfiÁn it far exceeds four and often reaches twenty. Indeed the 
enumeration of lines in the complex AnijiÁn, such as poems I. and 
XXXIII., is somewhat arbitrary. We shall here discuss the metrical 
structure of the Aiftm^í, as they are the most complex from a 
metrical point of view. 

Poem I. consists of strophes of 20 lines each, subdivided into sub- 
strophes of 8 and 12 lines each. In the first sub-strophe the cor- 
responding lines alternate. In the second sub-strophe the systein is 
more complex, and three short lines are admitted which correspond 
with no other lines in the strophe. The first two lines are — 

1m teAbAi"ó Atiéifi utu'm né-At -oo -óeAjicAr-r-A 
/Amniji bA mAojrÓA uAicneArhAC ctó'ó. 

In stress notation these lines are — 



If we call these lines a and b, the first sub-strophe may be written 
ab ab ab ab. 

The first line of the second sub-strophe is 

£>í tuipne u|ié tonnjtA-ó ah tite 'nA 3núir jit, 
which in stress notation is 

— i ú — i ú — , 

which we may call c. The next one corresponds to this. Tlie 
eleventh is 

O A , 

which we may call d, and so on. 

The entire strophe then may be written 

ab ab ab ab ; ccdeefbebghb, 

where we have marked lines 11, 14, 19, as following separate systeii:>, 
although 14 and 19 difíer but slightlv. It will thus appear that linea 



MITRIC. xli 

5, 7 are metrically equivaleni ; aleo Linefl 2, t, <;, 8, 16, 17, 20 ■ 
B and 10 ; and 12, 13, 16. 
In ii. there are bu1 two baee Linea, bo tli.n we may write the 
itroph ' " &, where a repreeentfl the Bvetem oí linc 101 : 



and b thc svstem of line 102 : 

— é — — í — a — — ó. 

It shouM be remarked, however, that io the a Linee there u i 
la and vowel correepondenoe following the prinoipaJ 

• bua : 

— 6 i — 6 i — 6 i — í. 

[n III. there are but two baae Linee, benoe we may write ii 
d ,, a ft a a a b a a a b a a a b, 
reeentfl the syateni of Line 189: 

— A — i — 4 — , 

and b that of line 192 : 

Á é. 

[n ÍV, the metrical ootation u 

a a a b a 0J fl 6 6 d d d B>| 
where a repreeentfl the Bvatem of line • 

— é — UA — A # 

^Á frhc ijatem of 

— é 6, 

bem of line 841 : 

tem of line 8 18 : 

— A — < ; — A . 

it will 1«« Been t.lnt d \ 
hi \ 

— — ú — — — ú — — Á — é. 

h • v i i ' , where 

i íii Line i . 

— d ó — — <\ — — é, 

17'". : 

— A e — ;ia — . 



xlii INTEODUCTION. 

In VII. we have two base lines thus — ab ab ab ab, where a repre- 
sents the svstem in line 539 : 

— Á — A — ú — , 
and b the svstem in line 540 : 

— ú é — ó. 

ín VIII. the notation is aabcccbc, hence we have three base 
lines ; a represents the system in line 603 : 

— & — — é — é — ú — , 
b the svstem in line 605 : 

a é — a é, 

c the svstem in line 606 : 

— & — — é — ú — . 

The alternate stanzas of VIII. may be regarded as sub-strophes, the 
notation being ab ab ab ab, where a represents the svstein of line 611: 

— a é — é — & — , 

and b that of line 612 : 

é — a — u — . 

In IX. the notation is aabcccbc; that is, there are three base 
lines ; a represents svstein of line 723 : 

— & é — é — í — , 

b the svstem of line 725 : 

— a — — é — a é, 

and c the system of line 726 : 

— a é — í — 

In X. the notation is a b b e <> b b c d e J g <j <-, giving 7 b:ibe linec ; 
a represents system of 795 : 

Á — é Á é 
b the system of line 796 : 

— Á — é — f — t — ; 
c svstem of line 798 : 

— é — ó ; 
d system of line 803 : 

— é — & — Á — Á — ua — ; 
e the system of line 804 : 

é — & — Á Á — i — o; 

f system in line 805 : 

— í — é — í — é ; 
g system in line 806 : 

— í — é — 1 — ti — . 



METRIC. Xliil 

In XI. the notation is ab ab ab ab ; <> r . stem in lin 

— í í — — — ó — ; 

a Bjstem in line 866 \ 

I ii XII. thc notation is a a b a a b a a <> <> b t where a rej i 
m in line 937 : 

— a — — v\ — Á — <x — ; 
6 tl»c svstein ín linc 939 : 

ÓÓ A Ó. 

In XIII. the Dotatioti ia ab ab ab ab; the base linea are a repre- 
Benting bj item of line 1014, 

b \ he Bystem of line I 

In XIV. there ía but one base line, Bay line 10S3, 

— í í Á — é. 

In XV.:' iwhal irregular, bu1 \i ífl rough1y aa i'"11owb 

— a a a b c c c b d d d b t t < b t where the t and d Bet of linea al 
quite correepond. Ii Bhould be observed thal when we give a 
>ve, marking the unstre8£ • I a the other lin< 

whieh it 'ia a type donol . íollowitin numberoi orderof 

nnatn i to 

. The Etoman numeraLa refer tothenumber 
uf Lhi , ely in thifl volume. 

We have now ana]ysed the u mó diffioult ol tho 

eve it will ii i : !i" entire lial , 

i careful -• I Uer 

poemi will present little difficulty« 



ITT.-TITE MANTJSCRIPTS. 



V^erjfewmodernmÍBoellaneoiiBmanasciiptsare to be fonnd tvhich 
donol oontain Bome poems by EiOghanRnadh. The oiannsoriptfi ehiefly 
naed in bhifl oollection are thoee in the Library of the E£oyal [rísh 
ácademy bogetherwith some in private hands. The moel important 
iind interesting mannsoripl in conneotion with the posl ifl X<>. 839 
of tln' Rccvcs ( 'ollri-t ion. It wiis w ritten in lsit; by Rev. David 
0'Mahony, Dootor of Divinity, who gradnated in Spain, and eon« 
bains Bome 27 or 28 of ESoghan Rnadh'a poems, Oí eleveo oí h e 
the Boribe asserta positively thal he oopied them from the poet'fl 
own book written withhia own hancL A page ortwo are anfor- 
bnnately miseing, The oollection begina with Poem I. in onreol* 
lection, bnt thefirsi Btanza ifl lost, The first20 pagefl of the HS. 
are loet. At page 4A the Boríbe writee — 

liomr-A "OÁui (') niAr^AriinA dti CftllhA'O IÁ pitCIT) i>o .íanu.irv 

míte oi't gcédt) djaf pé btid^ónd oédj &5ap pi ,im <s l,n,l> 5 AC 

lcA^róp\ cA^nuuH' aji potl T)é d£af AnAniA pétn. 

.\i page 38 al endofPoem III. of onr colleotion) — 

iti.^H oo padttdf psftio&cd dntMdtj 6o£dtti Radro tií súiii> 
pétti é df ledbdf tj<) psftfoo pé péin, -<•. 

18,-67,60 imilar foniiiil.i'. At page 69 we read 

pottcednti t>«' pn liom-fd niAji ó padftdf df ledbdf e 
Ul &átttedDdtti pétti A5«p tf cdftétf a tdim pém oo p 

a bpail dti pd n.'ii iM'.'nc>M|'-fi m.vji .\ ouoipm£iT>*te - ! 

f.unilv 50 Otj p>- 

The poems then whioh thc icrihc positivcl : -• < opied f "iii 

the poet'a own I lv wrítten with díb own hand 

the order Kn whioh bhey ooonr— L, XXXIII., [II., XIII., \\l\ . 
XI., XXVIII., XXXIV., V., [V., XXXV., togethei with 
for M.i'M [< e N' < ■ • . : i . 1 1 1 . 

The following p i be fonnd in Dr. 

< »\m .ií. .' . bo >■ i theee he <1<><s nol 



xlvi INTRODUCTION. 

state that they were copied from the poet's book, though probabh 
they were. We give them in the order in which theyoccur — XXIX. 
XXIII., XXV., XIV., XXII., XIX., XVI., XXVII., X., VII., VIII., 
XII. Besides these there is is a poem beginning 'SAn lÍlAinirtiu IÁ 
not given in our collection, also a charade beginning — 

A buÁÚAifi cvnriAir if a bile -o'AOib StnltevAbÁm, 

which is too imperfectly copied to be deciphered with anv degree of 
accnracy, also a poem beginning — 

50 moc ir mé rni AonAjt 55A11 aoii im coimAiji, 

which is, however, attributed by a general consensus of other MSS. 
to Eoghan MacCarthy an Bhéirín, and which we think is not 
Eoghan Ruadh's work. 

We cannot consider Dr. 0'Mahony a good scribe, luit the e\ id- 
ence of other MSS proves that he copied accuratelv what he had 
before him. It is probable that he has given us the poet'a own 
orthography. 

Another manuscript compiled in the vcar 1816 R.I.A. 23, L. 2), 
which is well written, bears testimonv to 0'Mahony , e accuracj aa a 
copyist. It contains the following pieces 1>\ Eoghan Ruadh : — The 
Warrant against Noonan, I., XXXIII., XXVIII., XIII., \ . 

The book is written in at least two handa Qn page 27 we read — 

■poiuceAnn tiom-rA t1ittiAtn O 1u\ctk\ dfl peAriiA"0 IÁ -0011 trnor 
February AOir An CijeAjuiA mítc occ gcéAT) .\siir pé bliA'ónA 
■oéAg. Simm gnnje jac léAJtójiA aji ron *Oé A^uf AUAmA pew. 

And at page 78 — 

Cjtíc A|t An ^cét) ft&ffll 
te A. O'StnlAbAm 'rAn 20 IÁ -oo tflí iia belnne r ah mbtiA*ÓAiri 

1816. 

The important poems I., XXXIII. , XXVIII., XIII., V. are given 
almost letter for letter in both these manuscripts. 

The manuscript marhed 23 I 39 (R.I.A.) is of great interest in 
connection with Eoghan Ruadh, as it contains a few lines in his 
handwriting 011 page 58 (given elsewhcre\ Tlie book was written 
by Cornelius Collins, of Kanturk, in the year 1770. It contains the 
only copy we have seen of XXXV. and fourteen stanzasof XXVIII. 
Hence we conclude that these two poems were written provious to 
the year 1770 and while the poet was still a stripling. 

Another MS. which contains a large nnmber of Eoghan Ruadh's 
poems is 23 B 14 (R.I.A.), butit is not very accurate. 



Tili: IfANUSCRIPTS. xlvii 

The following lisl will give the prinoipal Bourcea of the varioua 
poems. The manuscripta onless otherwise atated arethose ui the 
Library of the Etoval [rish A.cademy. The Roman d l the 

following Lisf a- in the above acconni refer to t^e do. oi the | 

thifl volume : — 

í. :>:5 L. 2, i». 18 ; R p. 27 : 28 E. 16, p. 845 ; 

Editor*a Ms. 
II. 28 L. 28, p. B ; 28 <>. 15, p, 29 j 28 Q. 10, | , 
Editor*a Ms. 

III. 28 G. 25, |, 249 : 28 I. 18, p. 54; 29 0. 15, p. 1. 

IV. 28 G. 24, p. Bj 28 l. 18, p. 51 \ 2 M. 17, p. I : E 

Ms. 
V. 2:5 L. 2, p. I p. 81 ; 28 C. 18, 

(). 15, p. - l ; Bditor'a Ms 
VI. 28 G. 21, p. 166 ; 23 B. I 1, p. 166 ; Edifc r*a Ms. 
VII. Eteevee B89, p. I LS ; Editor'a M.s. 
VIII. Reevee 389, p. I 15 ; 28 B. I i, p. 105. 
IX. 28 B. I i. p. 201. 
X. Reevea 889, p, 188 ; Bditor'e MS, 
XI. 28 G. 21, p. 187 : EditcVa Ms. 
XII. 28 G. 21, p. L91 ; 23 X. 1 i, . . 

B. 1 L, p. 219 i í' , p. 151 ; E ; ;'":'- MS. 

XIII. Beevea B89, p. 89 ; Bditor'a MS. 
XI\ . l; 389, p. 85. 

XV. Editor'a RÍS. 

x\ I. !:• k . 118 ; <>'!),. " .i • !:• 

XXI I 28 0. 80, 8rd part, p. II. 

XVIII. I-: lii >,' IfS. ; 28 B. 14, p. L5fi ; 28 O. 15, p. 218. 
XIX. i: l | L00 ; 28 G. 

XX. 88 G. 25 

XXI. Written down from memorj bj Mr. Michael W 
xxii. i: 

xxiii. i: . 72 

X\I\ . !:• I 18, p. H; 28 0. 15, | , 

XXV. i: | . 75. 

XX VI. L 9 I \\ 

! v 

kll"\\!| 1., I. 

bj i' 0*8 

xx\ ii. i:. 

\X\ III. Edil ' M& i: i.. 2, ; . Lfi 

89, | 



xlviii INTRODUCTION. 

XXIX. Editor's MS. : Reeves 839, p. 78 (incomplete). 
XXX. Editor's MS. ; Mr. Foley's MS. 
XXXI. 23 B. 14, p. 241. 
XXXII. 23 M., 46, p. 31. 

XXXIII. Reeves 839, p. 30 ; 23 L. 2, p. 23 ; Editor's MS. 

XXXIV. 23 G. 24, p. 318 ; Reeves 839, p. 56. 
XXXV. 23 I. 39, p. 70. 

XXXVI. Reeves 839, p. 67. 
XXXVII. Reeves 839, p. 140. 
XXXVIIII. Editor's MS. 

XXXIX. 23 G. 24, Editor's MS. 

XL. 23 L. 2, p. 13 ; Editor's MS. 
XLI. O'Dalv's Irish Miscellany. 
XLII. Mr. Folev's MS. 
XLIII. Mr. Foley's MS. 
XLIV. Mr. Foley's MS. 
I have mentioned in this list only the MSS. actually consulted, and 
not all of these. A MS. in the British Museuin Library, Additional 
27946, contains several of Eoghan Ruadh's poeins. It is the last 
examined by Dr. 0'Grady in his printed catalogue and the examina- 
tion breaks off before the end. 

Mr. Eichard Foley, Hon. Sec. to the Reating Branch of the Gaelic 
League, kindly lent me a MS., written in 1820 by SeÁn O DpeAiJA, con- 
taining some 18 or 19 of Eoghan Ruadh's poems. Three of them I have 
been unable to lay hands on elsewhere, though I liave often seen them 
referred to. Besides the MSS., the Editor knows by rote tlie majority 
of the poems, some of which have a traditional lií'e and historj whicfa 
places their genuineness beyond all dispute. Thus O'Currv strangely 
enough says that Poem XVIII. is the work of Heffernan, the blind 
bard. To make such an assertion in Eoghan Ruadh's. native district, 
where the incident that gave rise to the poem occurred and where it 
has been sung for 130 years, would be as rash aa to Bay that tiiere 
never was such a man as Eoghan Ruadh. Before I undertook thia 
work I examined several of Eoghan Ruadh's poems among O'Cur: \'s 
MSS., then at Clonliffe, but the MSS. have since been removed to 
Maynooth. 



ArhfiÁin 
eo$Ain uuAit) tií stntteAl3Áin. 



I. — AlfUtlsT. 



1.— itn leAl),\if) Aiiétn. 

(ponn : " Ce<\^U\c rilic Se,\^Ám.") 

Ira t(v\b,\n') dpétfi C(i1m n&dt *oo ■óeAjtodf-fd 
Ammn b<\ iík\o|\ík\ c<\icn(K\tiK\c cU'n'), 

'tl^ f&dfdtfi |tetn £doti ^o gtétgedt geAnArítAit 
b&dfdó bé<dt-CA1f bAtK\tiK\it 05^ ; 

tX\ &dfC4 odf c|\v\oV)v\c t>péimpe<d6 pdxxd cmg 
l).\Cv\tv\c Léi-fe tta&df 50 bfótg 

A cdftn-fotc né^rhfidó p&dftdó Cdm<dffdó 

SU\otk\c fAOn-Cdtf tmiccc iik\j\ (")p ; 

V)í Lutfne Cfé tonnfiA'ó dn ttte 'ik\ gntitf gil 

SoinednT>d fú^Aó ótútiK\it tiuuf\ne*\c 

tÍlo"(K\n'K\it rfllOÓAIf tiK\ipK\tiK\it ; 
A Ct<\nn-T)rv\j\c pét*Ó-$tdf fél$ Léf CfedfCfld'Ó 

C&d'ocd t.\oc 1 bpétn 'r 1 n-v\tK\-t)|\uiT), 

A b|\<\()1 11K\]\ |UUt)<\ 

B d fétf b.\ féitfte ik\ pionn-d-ófutc ceoit ; 

A h.M>t-cpoV> néAC4 £té<dfdf t>» vntK\-)')inr, 

SlfC lf cin, COtn dttCd 5Uf toorii.Mn, 
Cpnmn-V>,\pr T>in |f COlrftedfCdf tn.M'wipo. 

Cutctm ctotnne Utfnt£j 
ip &dóc tu\ V'p-mn, .\|\ lert .Mi-V'p/.r pjtóitt, 



10 



15 



20 



2 ArhfuMn 6og<dm Ru*mt) tlí Súitte^róám. 

A pe^ffA 5^n béirn 'f a fcéirh nu^if X) y A\f\A] z^r*, 

CxMCce^f tiom f^ogAT)^ fe^fc^ fe feót, 
*Oo fe^fg mo gné if *oo téig mé 1 n-xm^cfu*, 

U^oTjm^c, Cféic, 5^n c^p^t) nÁ cf eoif ; 
1f Ab^i'ó X)o fté^cc^f fém *oon m^fc^Utg 25 

Aiccim T)on né^rh-gem fj\e^5fu\ cóij\, 
An , o , Aicme n^ n*oéice a cfé^T) no ^n Cfeabd *oon 

T)fvéAm cifc T)AonnA óf e-dfCxMf a pój\. 

Hó -Af b'ifi g^n T)iútCAT) x\n finne-be^n •o'úrhtiug 
Uuiatn 1 n*oftiif ótnt ótas-Ainn-ne fciújung 30 

Cfón-puic 50 t)*.\ntM ; 
&r\ bé ón 5r*é 1 5 ^ 0011 ^l uxe noc T)\\ifCftg, 
T)éifvT)fve féirh nó Céx\|\tu\ic c(Mniu\f.\c, 

11ó gite 11 «.t mb|\umne,\Lt 
t)í ^5 ^on-m^c é-Afon fe<\U\*o .\|\ bófvo ; 35 

T)'ffvex\5xMfv, ní 1i^\on x)on rhéit) pm óan^if mé, 

Acc Aifvgce^c ^on^\i|\ e.\fbtnT)cev\é bpóin, 
5^n t>ui*óm t)om "óíon .\cc T)f\ío*o,\j\ panACiCf, 

Cuimfiofc miofCv\ife,\c, 
1Tléi|icne^c cU\on g&n Cv\icnev\tii oon Ó|\*o. 40 

1f T)e^fvt) 1 féniie^f 5^ e<oeAl - 5 U I V cte<\óCv\f-|v\ 

CexMm^f if fctéip, te fe.\fc,\i|\e<\óc ceoit, 
gf^'o^m if 5U\oT)Ac if Aot-t'Mung pAipfinge, 

C-áorhn-á Cfvém-fel\n, ^\ice.\f if ót ; 
QMfce^t if céx\|\n,\rh U\oc oom AttiA|tc-fA, 45 

1£lAtA if éigfe, T)|\<\5.\m if teotiu\m, 
tTle^nm^ fMOf if jtéim 5v\n Aójw\nn, 

pé-áfC-A féicf fe-Aóc fev\ccnu\me Af bórvo, 

Semm a\\ ciuit-c|\uic, ioU\n *oo cfúpvMb, 
1mifc xXfv punnc*Mb, fionc.\f, ftúiffe, 50 

CumTj^c if tvuctu\f ; 



Aiftinsi 3 

péAó 'ha n-é-Agm-Aif cé 50 maifim-fe 

péin im riiéijvopiS fCftAe pé 'óv\ik\]\vmV>, 

|f iMiiiwí) SCU1C lOnnAft) 

Af Cipinn t) , éif mo fm-A'ómuigte loo; 55 

v \ ÓAflA 1K\ ]\í(>s. T)0 ffOfflAf >;<> pfe^fCALAó 

U.\niu\ 5Uf lAornfc 1 l>}.)|K\r*\inn ik\ 5CÓtflAT>j 
lf pfof 50 bpittfit) Cfé 5-AÓ AnACftA 
&n puife feo ■o'imúiS 

1 ^rrin, Y 50 mbrró 1 mbjuwrwin pA01 óOflóffl, 60 

Ciot) |.\\t)a cpeiti 5Ae*óil S Ll1i r F A011 P' 1 fcAficuifne, 

1 n-e^AftXAI'Ó., 5^n |n''im, 5-An fiAÓCm-Af, >,\n fóg, 
A5 r|\<K\V),\f) ^o Cféit T)o 'ó^ofCUf G-AittnnifCf, 

Céim Tt'fÚTs T),\()l-T)llV) TMICCC IIIO fn(V(\ 

|f 54Ó (wlimu': CflAÓfAÓ lrn>riiCv\c L\nnriK\j\ 65 

p\\]\ :s \\C fflAOÓTXA 1 -Or|\(K\|K\lV> 1K\ T)C}\0011, 

go T)c,\LV), mo t&dn, 5-An péif m-Af óteAócd < o<Af l 
Séife cé-A*o ik\ be-At-uifce Afi bófvo ; 

|f 546 Tíinni' 'oo óompLAóc óuifiipe LOiceijij 

8uit)Ce 50 p'icwó C|\úi|)i^\c r|\úni])v\c 70 

póftfAÓ 1 V»p v.]UmiikmV> 

& ( 'iVup éAÓl A1§ \} y <wl m-( iii]\o, 

SAefAf 5té V)ikmV) péime^f (\Mpi Lutfc, 

rui.siV) 50 'or lOCfAVÓ 
An ;\ t)0 fCAlpfVÓ !')v\]\ mbpón ; 75 

tli btAT>Af tK\ bfl&A£ mo fC&At uk\]\ (\\]\n iS \\i}\ 

6 fo itorhAinn, 
moitt béíó oettU |ie fdi'óbfieAf feAftfw 

niiu .■/-<■> 'guf o-Aitte 

A]\ 5 ;\ ik\]\ géltl OO IfoAftt .mV» ik\ hól£e. s,) 

1 ITlAinifCtfl 11 l ip v\]\ L Altlflj 

|f LV.sl Alf \ )' £0 f.'l • -.'< ; <>p 



4 Arhfiáin OogAin ttu,<M*ó tH éúitte-dtiáin. 

As cxMixró Ué T)etim 5><\n tx<\og,<\t n& e^t-A, 

Cé t>o t)éi|\ gtif f ex\f\t> aw f ceot ; 
1f 5>aó m^ngxMjAe métc T)on Cféi*o feo -o'-AifCfig 85 

pe^fC-A >dn cSoifceit, te c<<\icne,<\rh T>on póic, 
5-án pe^jtAnn n<á fé<<\fCx\, fé m,<\f óx\jt<\*o,<\f\, 

Uf\éic p-Á téx\n ^5 5f^\f <<\*ó 'f aj fóttiAfi ; 

t)éró ceine *5-<\n rhtíóxvó 1 f\it vi& CÚ15 sctíisexvó, 
1f fmn-ne 50 fú^Aó cun^AncAó cúff^ó 90 

T)ó-t>f\ifce 1 5C^ifmifcib ; 
UAOfCAi*ó T)x\Ofi-ptnnf éit if be^t-tnfce 
1f téige-A'ó 5^0 éige-Af T)f\é*\óc im p<<\f\f\ <vó-f.<\, 

A5 5tn*óe ótitn ITItiife 
Sé-Aft^f tléicf *oo ó^fn^rh 1 ^cofóm, 95 

'S av\ Tlí feo f ui*óe^*ó te T>íomx\f T)'ionn^\j\bA*ó 

Af fx\oiffe f\íogx\óc<\ t)f\e^c<\n t\A ftóg, 
5-An mei*óif $x\n sferóm -gAfl (i&'óAifife cum-Aif nific 

50 fingit 5-An óifce, 
5^n CAomn-A U\oó 'n-<\ pe4fAff) 'ha óoiruMp. 100 



2.— 1 5CAot-T)oine. 

1 5C^ot-t)oife ó^ot)-ctticm^f né<\rh-*ótntte^ó tMof, 

1m ^on^f 5^\n ftum 1 n-Aiceáf 'n-á 1 gceot, 
50 féic-fmgit Cféic-ctiiffe.Aó j.won-mifnig cmn 

5<<mi óxxom'n^f ó ^on coif Attann a\]\ neóm ; 
JZaoX) tmn-ne pe t)ite gné-gtxMfe cigex\nn, 105 

Spéi|\-bjunnne^tt fx\of\-omig óéirii-ófttitAó ó^oin, 
&$ c^Ofc-fttexxt) C|\é^n-ctntte^*ó *oé*\fv<\ 50 ptn'óeAó, 
Útig T)AOt-ceirhe^\t c<\oi *\j\ a íi-ac^vó cio*ó 05. 



Afftwjf, 5 

T)o oi céib-fionn<A f\éi , ó- , úU\oite4.\ó pé-AplAó a Clfltl, 

f 1\A rU\o*o-úiut *\f\ blf ó bAt-Af 50 bju'n^, 110 

1r truAj\ óAOt-fuibe Af ótAon-fumne pé<Atc<A6 d bfiAd 
Le fAojA'o-thitteA'ó ótAOit>i§ mo tAp-A i] % mo tfeoif ; 
CAOf\-Unpne cj\é gite Afl c<\om-tite ftttóeA'Ó 
1 n5éA.\|\-iomv\if) ptéVÓ-ftOf tru\ fpétpttnge 1 ngtlAOI 
1K\ |\éitcev\niK\ óf&AÓC-ÓÍOffbxMt) c&At) cii|u\"o if 
U\oic 115 

1 *oc\otru\iV) gAtl bffg te CAIcne-Atfl tk\ ctó"ó. 

t)^\ j\dOj\-oiice c&ACf-fnui'óce a g&Af-fptocAt ó-AOin, 
A fétf-btnne-Af p"óe A5 ce-Afc-óanA'ó fgeott, 

1f A *oéi*o irnonA gtélge-At-A téi|\-éii)\r\\ 1 scí|\ 

'11v\ b('u\t tfiioóAif riiín gan iii^y\í) jgdn rhóit) ; 120 
ílU\|\ tAom-óuipe pftAoó~tinne a tnuuuui 'r A pí<>p, 
lf m-Af gféin-gtoine Cfe ófiofCAt tétfi£te a gnAoi, 
Léf géittexvoaf éigfe Imf fiitge tu\ mb 1 fíoji 
Uv\|\ Oénuf 1 bpio&aijt, 1 mAife 'f 1 gcUVó. 

g&Af-ófutnne if n&Ath-gtte Aoncuigte M 125 

n&Ath-t&Anui£te 1 gcfoó bAn-óAfiAt) iu\ teotfiAn, 
1f te hAon-oit>e-Af Léige^nn-cuigfe if étf&AóCAó 

fCff nt'uvo 

gac c&ACf-fotfm tAovóe 1 n-e<A$Af 'r 1 nófj 
Réim-ótfce 5-Ae*óe«Al Rf£te 1 n-éifinn "oo ffotfiA*ú 
Le Cfé-An-cfuime a mbéimeann 1 fpéif-tAnn-Aib 

cloróitn 
"O'p'irs Cfé-AÓCUlgte 1 n-éAg-éfltlb mélftlg <\n pltt 

US\\ téAfnui§ rfvAi'óm ótuAin r\\ipv> n»\ t)Cfeon, 

Le b-AOt-fceinm &At>cfuime éif£tm-fe im fuvóe 
1f ft&AóCAim t>o |\íV) r\j gCAfn-fotc n-ótf, 

Oo cui|\ éictipf Af péitce-Ann-Aib mAOfóA n.\ 

scj' L8fi 

lf 00 \\- gtAn-ójtAOib 'ik\ mAtfe if V14 cU?ó] 



6 Arhfic\in 6ogx\m tluxM*ó tlí 5úittex\tu\in. 

piof éifvime fcéit-cf\umne a T>éx\r\-fitex\*ó if c<c\oi*ó, 
pof poittfigte cfé^vo C115 *oi cé<c\fnx\rh im ftige, 
1f fiof 5^ot-fme ^ cféA*o-cini*ó 1 néitge n*\ 1líog, 
5^n éc\fvA*ú T)o fvíorhcvó *oonV cMtcim *oon óig. 140 

1 *océcVO-rjinne,c\f bé<c\t-oi*oif rjfvéitfe g^n ptump 

T)om *o'c\oncuige,c\nn <c\n TCíogxMi ff e^gfux mo*óc\rru\it, 
1 gc-Aom-ce^n^^t óx\orhn<c\if te tiéibedp *oo ttnge^f, 

^é f\éim-óion 50 fíocc\c 1 gC^if e-At n^ ftóg ; 

5uf tétf-ófvuinnecvó ctc\on-óoipe T) , Aon-óonAiti 

nnfie, 145 

50 faofi-óuUMte-Aó écvouigte im éile*\rh Cv\j\ ctunn, 

Úug béim-rjfifec\*ó téc\ntngte nu\o*úm a\\ mo ótoinn, 

TVftíis *oéc\fv-ftiuó mé 45 caoi te fe-AtdT) g^n fó"§. 

U^fv éif éibtf *óit ác\óc*Mg *óc\oniu\cCv\ig finn 

1f íléttt Aguf Ctnnn, *oo ftu\i*ómev\f te h6og*\n, 150 
'S tm fc\of-cifce 6-Aorfinui'gte-Aó ctéij\e *oo Díop, 

A^uf éigfe 5^n óíof guf éAitUMf ,\n óopóin ; 
Cx\op-rhittex\*ó cU\on-mne^tt cté-óunu\i nn filt 
Aon rh,c\c mo ótéirj-rjuime *o'év\U\ig mo Ríg, 
1m' fc\orj-cime féim-tjfifce 'fé ówp mé 1*0 f*ti"ge, 155 
5-dn ,c\o*óc\ifí *óom *óíon ^5 AgAtl mo fceot. 

ÍTIo gc\ot figte 1 T)Cféi*o-|\ígte 5-c\e*óev\U\ó *oo tjí, 

pmMf féimex\f if cíof tu\ th\nlu\ a\\ -ocóif, 
ttéirhecvó if pérótim ffiitéfiuf if Tt, 

'S 5AÓ Aon bite fioriu\f téf\ fe,\Uu\f cofóm ; 160 
Sc\n Sc\ef,c\ri *oit SéAf\Ldf nu\c £>tu\nu\if, mo *óít, 
Cuif T>c\ofCc\f\ x\n éitig te ct^on-fCAóc gAn f\íog<\cc, 
Seo x\n c-,c\on-cu\f crvé a *ocÁittm-fe fv\of-óuifte 
fumn 
'11c\ T)Cx\ofc-ffvut óm cíó c\r\ TWiAlft, mo Vjfón ! 



Aiftingl. 7 

& gté-bfuinne-dU gné-fnuróce gté-tuisfeaC gfintij l t; " 
T)o géAf-goine-áf finn te h-ditpip oo fceott, 

1f 50 bfUlt gAeÓltg-fflOCdlt "Ofté^ÓCd tr Óélte 
pfotfld'Ó 
go fél'Ó-fOdipflf T)íor *oo fCAm-dtt THit)-r»i\('»in ; 
5U\c féi'ó-ffnfnedó ré-dnrhAiidG pctéipe dguf puinn, 
l)éi"ó cévo-t>innedf Cdot-ópuice 1 n-Aot-t>pu§ nd 
5cníoc, 17<) 

An (''i<;|H i Utte T)\\on-5;iif: ^Uf fdOÍbdp df d bpinn 
'S <\n ctéij\ óedfC A5 gUfÓe óum At\\j\ tu\ h01&e. 

r\\0 pém óftoife dn Aon-teinb lh\<>tiir\\ *oo 61 

1 nT)Aontu\cr 'f 1 n*01d*ÓdóC df c\\U\rii 50 li<\s, 
5tdif-§éit>e<dnn dn ópéim-óini'ó 'ódOftd po pcdoil L75 

1f péfócig dn ftige 50 Cv\c,\i|\ n<\ gcórft-dóc, 
Spéip-óoinne-dt péi'ó-fotdif Sitge t>o t1£e-dóc, 
1 fdop-feitb óij\( v v\nn pé féite nd tl-doifi, 
ir cUdon-fpfOic An éi€i§ 00 p'toc/.ó cdf cuinn, 
gan péapcd, ;y\n pfon, ;svn pe-djidnnj 5-dn óopóin. l s <) 

v\n cdn "o'étfc fife fénfi-fpiocdt bpéiúpe mo ldoit>e 

lf pjvdp-depedó 00 fcinn 'y T CApAfó te pcóip, 
1 n-éxvocfomdóc don-geitce o'éi|t$Vó le gaoit 
ys nédtt-fc-dmdtt ofdón v\r m'ai 

ceo; 
ii/ 'tévt fin t)o ctdoótdt) mo Cféme 'r mo bp!£ ; 185 
I ),» t péigedf 1 e oa< '' ouil e pc< irii Cpu<< m 
guf fcé^tuigedt) d|téif oom 1 m fin gup 

* fCÍOfO 

Coif 1 dot-cfput tu\ míncedí peátdt) óum S 



Arhjvám G0541 n fttixM-ó 111 SúiUeAttÁi-n. 

3.— tno Cas ! mo caoi ! mo ceAstiA ! 

(f onn : "Se-A^Án tU *OuiDi|i an gleAnnA.") 

mo ó^f ! mo 0^01 ! tno ce-Af n^ ! 

An ^Át C115 ctaoi'óce 1 n-e^ftMró 190 

"Páit>e, *Ofx\oice, fxj^ifc, 

TXáirh ^gtif ctéif, 
5^11 *o>án t>á fíorh te tiAiceaf, 
5^n fiái'óce gfinn t>á n-xMtfif, 
5^n f-Árh-óftnc bmn x>A fpfeá^At), 195 

1 mb^n-bfog^ib féi"ó ; 
5^c fÁib 'o'ftnt tÍHte<vó ce^nnxMf, 

t„álT>1f, t-AOCT)^, ZApA, 

X)a gn^t-Aó finnce^ó, fe^c^ó, 

Lán-oitce a\\ ^aoX)A]\. 200 

5^n fcác, 5^n rhAom, ^n fe^fVAnn, 
Af if míte mexMM 
TiÁ SeA^Án Wa T)inbif ^n gtediiná 

p^gc-d 5-An §éim. 

Uf-Ác -Af^oiji im teAb*M*ó, 205 

A5 aáfxMfi oi'ói'ó n^ feabAC, 
óinig fcím ^An fOAipexVó 

Ó Lárh^ib mofpeuf, 
^Ám *ó^it 50 fíte^ó fex\fCAij\ 
ZÁmAó cím te caife, 210 

*0'fÁs mé x\f\ *óíc mo capai'ó 

1f T)'^frotiig mo né*\t ; 
5^n fp^f ^5 cíge^cc x>o •óe^fC-Af 
p^n^c 5fmn Cfím xMftmg, 
50 tiÁLAinn íogrh^f AbArt 215 

Uáicce tem zaoo ; 



Atfttngf. 9 

t)A Ofiev\£tv\ linn, ^dfl btA'OAf, 

S(\\il lf IO§df Á l(M(\\n, 

1lÁ Afl nu\nlv\c wíw léf LeAgA'Ó 

g^fo^ ik\ CfAe. 220 

t)<\ óv\bVv\c cíoj\Cv\ CAfCd 

U-v\Clv\C T)U\01COv\Ó TK\tv\C, 
Sc<\inne<\c Cflttfedó y<\-o& 

|.\\iiin(\\ó 50 \:é<\\\ 
A blÁt-fÚlC bíne<\ó bedfCAÓ 225 

(\\|\tu\ó bípwc fnAVÓmeAÓ 
Ó SffO a cínn tu\ , olv\Cv\ib 

U.\1C-1(K\V),\1|\ téi ; 
V)í foátt tu\ gc-AOf a\\ UdfxVó 
Cfé t'Mine Afl líl n<\ Uwcoin, 230 

tn^tiUáóUj mfne if nu\ire 

Cáitce 114 fcéirfi ; 
Aj\ f^átti-fOfC fttiti ié|\ te^^At) 
Cátnce U\oc jjdtí c*\|.)v\t), 
1f fáfCd ffnéAÚ iru\U\ 235 

&áf-fnui§ce c<Aot. 

A bfiá&d niv\|\ gn^oi itd hedtd, 

An C|\v\c T>0 ttl1$ednn <\|\ d&dtnfl 
tlO d£ pu\m tu\ íaoitji' nu\|\A 

1 mfrdff coniu\ *OCf&dfl j 210 

A t)v\n-r.poV) dOtT)d tedfcdf, 

1]" fáffl T)<> |\Í0lÍK\f) df V)|\.\Cv\lb 

C\\i<s |f mfol ;]M, 

tX&nt á 'gtlf étfC, 
c\\|\nv\T) if coirhedfc^f fedtfac, 215 

^v\i}\ tn\ gctoróedtfi Oi n> 

bu\t tu\ gcfdoti if eaU ú 

1 tnb<\|\|\ clucnur; 



10 ArhfÁm OogAin Ru<ai*ó Vlí Súittex\t)<Áin. 

X)a fxMrhe tmn 5^6 xMfce 

X)Ám 5^n fuige^tt *o,Á 5C^n^*ó, 250 

A f,Áróce 5fmn te t>LAife<A*ó, 
Y\Á fÁ\\-c\\wc Ofpeuf. 

An r\\Át T)o fín ,An gxMtte^nn 

AU\mn 6-Aoin im x\ice, 

Ómi5 010*05^*0 if cfie-At-A 255 

Orh-Aó-A im x\e*úib ; 
*Oo f^5-A*ó f^Mgro if *oex\fCA 
5fiÁ*ó,A, 50 ftípe-dó fte-Aifi.Ain, 
U-Áicce im óforóe te ceAn^At 

P-Aifce *oon t>é ; 260 

5^n rp-Áf t)o finu-Aine-A'ó AgAirij 
P-ÁfCAii) cjiumn *oo Cv\Vkmj\c, 
t^icjie^c t>oitt *oon x\mnif 

IÍIxmiLa a\\ a téignn ; 
5^n óáifvoe tmn ^uf tAfc-Aift 265 

t)tx\c n«A fíog^n 50 cne-Afo-A, 
ScÁn ón 115111001 50 gadnfAT) 

^Át fiof mo rcéit. 

U-Áim, a\\ fí, te fe*\Uvo, 

\?Áj;tA a\\ *óíc mo óajwvo, 270 

P^ CÁ1fl -A5 *0|\ÍO*Ov\j\ 'OvMIAfl, 

TV-Ájvomg 1110 té-Ati, 
5-An ó-Ám, 5^11 cj\íó, 5.\n óeAtmAf, 
5^n -Ájuif fíog, m.v\j\ cte.\óCv\f, 
5^n cÁm, 5An buróin, g-Ati feAju\nn, 275 

AfVO-rhe-Af t\Á |\éim, 
1m cjvAm boicc ctiAoróce CAicce, 
A5 cÁt 50 furóeAó óm t!>AttAit>, 
Af Át 5-ac TMoifce *o',Aicme 

Sác-ah, cio*ó ct-Aon ; 280 



Atftinsl. 1 1 

'S 50 bju\c ní cuttte oot) j\míkmI ; 
pÁi|\c cum 5t unn TK) SL-AOA'ú 
Lem Ái|\tu\n'i o'fut£teAó aifm, 
g4ft>4 'guf iiu\op. 

TX\f\ pAOfdtS TXdOtti "00 lfte<dfdf 285 

guf pUáf gAÓ níx') o4f LdtXdlf, 

11K\|\ j\\l dti ngnlorh 'tu\|\ beAfCAf 
pÁi|\rtu\c beit Lét, 

5^n rp^r '° on n^ 5 u f Aiúóe^f 

j.\\c 6 cl£e<dóc oom tedtbdfó, 290 

A ]\S\\ ,\ cfdotti 'f^ hAinm 

^S puifftl bts\| x ; 
D'élf Lan-COtóC CAOfó guf dttftf 
&f tu\ fdOtte ptuMóir- 
1 n-,\iC|uu\V> Cflóe (\\ipl 296 

(\\m óum-Aif tét, 
1f cAf fátt 50 fcíof'Of-A'ó Aicme 

t)ÁtK\ •óíonijwc dtXdfÓ, 

A5 cjucó 'f dg OlOÓUf X)v\iu\|\, 

Cfi&t Af d péim. 'W0 

lm p4ifC-fe guvói •/■(') g^ó pvVvc 

At .\ iS wn cpic lo pvl dt>, 
Y : "njv tu\ OAOtffe dg pvp\n'i 
Sám-toilo T)ó, 

rjv<' fcuttl CflOfC pvij\ | xvntUMT), 305 

P&tf If n>-<'>lvij\f pV|\V>, 

I te ffoó tf j 

CnArfi .\.siip 
><\n p\tu\r Kn>s g-dn dintn, 

DO fÍOf ' 310 

g^n pp^r 7,m 

ÁlCpV-V. p. 4 g .1, 



12 Árhjváin 6ogx\m 1iux\it) tlí Súilte<\bx\in. 

'S An cáf\-fpf\oc coimigcex\c mex\bx\it, 
Acá n^ fui"óe n^\ mbx\itab, 
le Cx\f\nxvó ctoitnm T)o fCx\ipeAt) 315 

Af cLáf\ tex\cx\n íléitt. 

50 hx\icr\ex\b Cumn tm vr^^'ó 
Sp^mmg gf\oit)e te ce*\nnx\f 
1f gxSfvTM t<\oifig fx\fvfx\, 

Oiti T)o tucc p^ob^ifv ; 320 

tlí't ffv^HD f-An fíog^cc 'irá c<\Cv\ir\, 
11x\f\ b'^fvt) x\ T)cemnce A'p t.\fx\*ó, 
tx\n-cuiT) fíonx\ x\f\ fc^ipe^t) 

1f 5^ifvT)ex\óx\f pité*\f, 
T)incx\ ^5 buit)m n^\ te^b^jt, 32.í 

H<\f if fvinnce fWTM, 
Ct^ifvfex\ó CAom tk\ fpfve^\g«\t), 

5^fúx\ ^uf fctéip, 
A5 fáitaugAt) x\n 1líog C-Afl Ó-At-Alt, 
tlí Cfx\ccfx\fv tmn <\]\ a <\mm, 330 

'S x\ óx\ip*oe T)ío5^\i , ó fev\fC-A 

SU\mce mo ftéicf. 



4.— mo téAti te tiuvó. 

(fonn : M An SpeAUvoóijv.") 

ttlo té^\n te tuxVó if m'fwc-ctupfe ! 

'S ní péx\f\ T)o bu^\m ^\r\ teAfCAtinAiti 

T)púi5 cé^\fCx\ bu-Aróe^jvcw m'.^igne-A'ó 385 

te Cfvéirhfe, 50 cU\c, 
Acc éi£fe 'f ftn\tn\ ah CfeAíióuif 
1 ngéibe-Ann óf\tn\it) f 1 n-Atn\cru\, 
50 cféic 1 T)ctuAtx\ib te-Afcdti tui|\c, 

5-Ati fvéim m*\r\ b*\ gn*\c ; 3-40 



1p 5AÓ toniuA-lnte DOj\b-óutAi£ Cfléán-ótimdif t> , p4f 
T)o bf\otU\-rcoc tu\ roiu\-con t)0 pj\cu\n'ung ón Sp4in, 
50 CA.\nnct<\ó ju\on U\g OAfbui'óteAÓ, 
fé §Att-fm-dóc §é^f A5 T)<\íu\|\vMi), 
kf) Odm-fPflOC cU\on tjo fcu\tbuig 346 

A |voj\-b<\itce fC-álC. 

Ko pann x\péi|\ Y mé Ag nu\cctu\m <\p 
^*\c pU\nnTU\ 'on j^cóe^t-puit c'k\1 nu\, 
An -opong b.\ cj\éme 1 gce&nnAf cij\c 

'S 1 pélltt Inif y<\it, 350 

Le p(u\tt-V)(u\|\c cU\on lf 5<\n£UM*o tntc 

pAriiAipte if fméijtte S<\c|UMu\ig, 
go p-Attf-d pu\n <\n c-Ai|:|\e^\nn, 

|f pAOfl-fCált) iu\ n Á s|U\r, 
1 n-<\tu\c|\<\, y\\ cw^cuipie r 1 ngéAit-ftfun'oiti 5u\Vvo 355 
v\$ c*\nu\-ftiocc tu\ nu\tUngccK\cc <\n éicig 'f <\n 
fm-áit, 

V)iu\n')i|\c av\ fcéit reo óe^tg finn 
go T)iK\i|\c if télf nu\|\ AltfllfpeAt), 
Le pun-bpiocc C|\éic 5U|\ C|\e<\f5jK\i') mé, 

1m c|uu\n-coT)Uvó nu\|\ 360 

Cfftn né-At ap ciu\i|\T) 'feAó Tj(u\pK\pp\ 
Ufilr<K\nn u*\p\t CA1Cne<dffl4Ó s 

5o béAfAÓ blK\Cv\C C(K\ntK\p\C, 

Aj C(K\|\iK\n'i im i)S\l ; 

ópéimpeAó TUK\K\c T),\icrr ciu$ 865 

6 Cp\ol')-f()tC CIKUK\C C*\nU\pp'C 

A5 i fCUAbdó b<uu\U\c 

Lél 1 n-oinpK\c':c gO p\it ; 

'11/ leACAin git t)o c.t',\|K\iT) t){idoiúe, éisfe 'guf pAró, 

5«P pvpMin CuipiT) cl(\'|\\i: gtlC If gAete 'ik\ 

Unti, 870 



14 Arhttám Gog-din tlux\it) tlí Súitte^DÁm. 

&\y cí ^aó Cfém-fif c^tm^ 
T)o tigeA'ó 'n^ g^op t>o ceAl^AX), 
Ufé'f cLáoit>exyó n<<\ cé^voc^ fx\fx\ife 
1 nTMOf-ófex\cx\it> tMif. 

X)a t>mne féif x\ canA-gtnb 375 

'tlx* pumne^rh méAf «A5 fpfe^vVó puifC, 
'S 'wá cjunc av\ cé T)o cfe^fcaif tThf, 

Cio"ó X^AOt 'óAm a f Át> ; 
'S b-A gite a ViéATtAn fneAóc-AtfiAit 
'fU ^n tite cx\orh 'f 'n,<\ x\n e*\U\ aji fjuic, 380 

'S oa fnuigce cAot a rr\ÁÍA fufóce 

Af féAtc-*óex\|\c 5-An cÁim ; 
A m^m^ cfumne aja feAng^-Cjunc tu\j\ téAtuvó te 

PfálfC, 

A te-c\t)x\|\-cfOb T)o t>ev\|\CvVú toingeAf, év\nU\ic if 

t>U\c, 
t)^\ rhíonUv m^ofóA tru\ife<\tiu\it 385 

A híogv\f Y a fcéim 'f a pe.\]\|\\-cjuic 
*Oo gfíofuig mé cutn U\t)v\j\Cv\ 

1nf v\a t)féitfit) feo im' 'óeá&di'ó : 

A fÍ0g-c\t1 OéAfAC, x\1Cj\1f TK\m 

An cú av\ x\oit-cneif cj\é n-,\j\ cj\e,\fCv\|uvó 390 

V\a mítce 'on pémn te g-AifceA'ó C-Aitc 

ttlic Úfém C115 x\n r-S\\ ; 
tló An t)fígT)eÁ\c tléten, *o\\ifCfig 
"Ca\\ ctnnn ón ngjiéig té|\ CAitte^t) Cjuup 
1 fuig r\A Ufx\e tru\j\ t)ev\j\Cv\i*o T>|u\oice 395 

1 téif-fv\nnAib t)Án ; 
An rh^fc^tAó ó Attu\m C115 U\oc teif 'tu\ Vu\j\c ; 
An ^\mni|\ téj\ cmc cU\nn tlifnig tru\|\ téigceAji 
fAn cáin ; 



vMjUin^í. 



15 



400 



])<') Ati féitceann Aepe-Aó tAicneAtfiAó 

D'fúlg f-AOlte ^\oV><u\l i n-v\iK\-V>j\uro, 

Di ófuim guf |*)|\('/n'uii g DánAif uitc 
1 féim Inif f-Áit ? 

1|^ b&AfAó fCU-Am'ód ■o'ffe-AS-Aif mé, 

If í Ag 'oó.mkmu U-Altte If OAÚUl£l 

11í lu\on -o,\p tUA'ÓAlf ro fCAfftAlb mé, 40.") 

ClOt) Lélf T)<Am v\n CAffl ; 

's mé céite if nuAóAf ÚApotuif, 
ikm]\c, pé fcAfcuifne, 

g^n féim iká l)iK\ró f)K\]\ ÓteAÓUAf-fA, 

tllo UoC ó CÁ Af fÁt\ ; 110 

Le pv.pcAit') ci]\c An AfiAiT)-lf)ic, puAif jxumuumt) 

CfOlf |f ].km|\ 

bei*ó |HKM|)(K\-o if ]\ic áf j5j-Att-A-£uic "oo f*e-Att>ui§ 
Af pcác, 

llí T)v\iK\ro liom An Aicme tug 

Itlo "óeAfCA A5 ptexvó tAóco ciu§, 

1 n-v\iK\-r>]\uiT) pé An AmAt) A5 415 

|K\()]\-V)llc ]KMM. 

fé m-Af LuAt)>A , OAf peAn-*opAoiúe, 
T)o "óéAnAt) cuAf if CAfn^Aif&AÓC, 
bei*ó riír 1 gcuánt Aib b-Anb-A 

pi péite tlAoirfi SeAgáin, 420 

ufc fcéirhteif fu-Ag-Ati Af pe-AftAnn Cuipc, 
r.']\ iimu iV) |\u/V),\ ik\ pAipge, 
v\]\ g^C pmeifte móf-óuifp s.u jv 

ni i <-.\n i iom a bpfiá'óAinn ; 
bc»n Htfl lf pCAIj )••-,) r puij I If ( p&An- 



MÍK\T) 



!•' 



Af 5^6 Aitp • 

■r. 



16 ArhfiÁm Gog^in ítuxM'ó Vlí Súitte,<\bx\in. 

*Oob x\ice futc nx\ f\ex\rh.<\f\-poc 
A5 fvic Y ^5 Cfvic te he^U* 
'tl^ x\n ridodifve^cc fo ce^pATMp 

A5 pé^r\-te^5A*ó a\\ p^g. 430 



5.— C01S tlA sitnne. 

(f orm : "x\n CtÁfi bo$ *Oéit.") 

Coif wa Siúif\e mx\iT)e^n *oruíócA, if mé cÁtfu\ó U5 

fáon, 
X)o k 6e^\rtc^f ctnt-pionn rhx\ifex\ó riunnce gfi&orfiAfi 

féi rh, 
'Y\a fu\ib tite 45 fúsfuvó Cfé tuifne tonnru\ó tt\&$ 

fcÁit nx\ gc^of, 
5-An cime 1 ngnúif git Ati teinb ionnfu\ic *oob <\itne 

fcéirh. 

1f bUfC-A búi*ó bex\óc t>o beannuit- xunnn-ne, 'f if 

p,Áirvce,<\ó fx\or\ ; 435 

1f c-dpx\ T) , urhttngex\f tem Vu\c*\ cúmne<\ó im Láiffi 

Af\ ^rhx\r\c gnúife if pe^fvfA ctímcA tu\ lu\ibe, if téirv 
Jjufv óex\ts Ctupi*o te *oe*\fvCAib cmg<\ mé cj\é Láp 
mo ótéib. 

1f mitif mtnnncex\f\*óA "o'fiofiunge^f-f^ *oo gfuvó 

mo ctéib, 
Afv b'ifi x\n AOit-óneif crvéfv cu5*\*ó tíonrvtuc if S\\ 

v\a Ufu\e, 440 

íló An rhioóx\if\ rhíonU *oo ótnj\ tu\ mítce te pÁr\ Ati 

CfAOgxMt, 

'S 5AÓ 5-AttA-fméif\te nÁ]\ ce.\*otng íoju\ 'tu\ pcÁiC 
p<\oi r\éim. 



fTjieA^Ain rinn, a ge-An mo ófioi-óe, An cú dtl t"u\b t>0 

Ati pe-Ap ^ 00 D1 A1C1 * sceAtijAt óinnce te .sjuu') 

T)on féinn, 
tló ^n §<\itce*.\nn gnmn *oo tu\iti£ tt.\oir CAfi fált 

1 ^céin, 4 15 

tug Cpe-AfC-AlfC U\oc 1 sc^t n<\ Cju\oibe ip S\\ ru\ ^CéAT). 

tlo An tru\ireAó rfifn, wiAf bOv\j\c<\ix) ojiAOiúe, páitto 
if Ctétf, 

t< i lÍAIf An ptíf cu^ rCv\CA U\oc c.\f\ |u\il T>on S|\<''i^, 
tl(') <\n pb "oo "ótí^ig te cunumn T)fo§flA1f pv\ij\c if 
- géitt, 

Af Cotu\tt fíogxJA cunu\r f\ÍOgv\CC<\ A $4&ált 1T> 
TMMt). 4 r »0 

CfpeA^AIfl fi 50 btAfCA pnn If í A5 cÁt ru\ nT>ts\j\, 
tlí ceAócAp T)íoi) t)á|\ Ainmm§if n> p4t>CAitt mé, 

v\(T bfwn T)o bí pé gflAT)-Am pfO$t)A Cflát tmmti f^AO^At 

1 5ceAnnAf cpfóe pe-An if pnnfe-df áp*o-fcoit £Áe i óeAt, 

v\n Cdn pe-Af-A'Ó Imn ck\ An b<um T)0 bí tmn cju\c 45 

ptéit), 158 

Oo gtACAf bíof)5;,\T') .\;\ nu\cm,\m innfCe pc^MC <\ 
fCélt , 

5yp iAt>Aip pf ,s"<> cneAfOA caom, ( v\n cUáf, 1 
n5Aet)it5, 

Ain C-AOI ij' 5LACAHÓ mncmn áipT) If p"m, 

If 5e4pp An rfioitt 4 s<) DfCiCfif bun'xvn cap páit 45 

s<> l(ir;;i' IfonCA 1 mtUAfCAltÍ T>ín c .' n p-.w' pOltfl 
pitéAft, 

&5 si.\nv\f) cpfóe Ct-AnnA ^AOitM te tu\jmu\r cpéan 
Atcme ctAoin n4ji $pe<Annui$ CpfopD } f&f\ 14 ! 
Réicr. 



18 Arh|wÁm 6og<din tltuMt) Vlí Súitte^rj^m. 

1f ipAX)A fmn A5 VaóCcVó cíoc, 010*0 C|tÁi*óce &n fcéAt, 
T)o óUMinxMb TMOite gfeAnnuig cjiíoó if fUÁu 5^0 

riéim, 
X)o fnxM*óme^t) litin 1 gCxMfe^t Cumn 'f 1 n-ÁiCfe^tj 

Céiti, 465 

1f CcMtri fc^ft>á -Arvíf te tiAicme An ptt £115 Áp mo 

U\oó. 

Af xMúfif fuige^rh 5^0 xMfue fíotfuAf *oon tn\n-óneif 

féirh, 
X)Á rjU\fU>á U\oit), X)A gfe^nnc-A $;tu\oi, if *oob Áitne 

fcénti, 
1f cap-Ait) f cíorvo cum peAtA Afíf if T> , £ás mé 1 bpém, 
An ux\n be^fUAt) tmn ^urv b'Aiftmg *0|w\onJe<\ojUv\ a 

fÁi*óue béit. 470 

Aiúcim 1of-A ceAnntug fmn if finMf p*Mf if péin 

50 'ouA^^i'ó An nró m-c\ óe^fu cum cj\íóe 1 *ouju\t 

5-An Uúog-At, 
t,e tix\ tjpMce^m *oírjifU, fc*\ipe<.\*ó if fcetmte if S]\ 

te f-Aorj^f 
Af xMcme ^\n fitt u*\f n-cMf Aftff, fin xn\u mo pcéit. 




6.— COIS At)A1lt1 1 t1T)e. 

(f onn : ",An Síotm acá it) tjAillec:?") 

Coif -Ab^nn 1 n*oé if mé ^5 CAifueAt 1 gcóin, 475 

50 ti-ACtnjtfe-Aó fAon 5^11 finMfce^f, 
T)o *óe^fvC-Af-f^ tjé mx\ peAÚAitt ^5 uév\óu, 

X)a gex\nxMtixMt gné 'guf f tunvú -*ó|\e.\c ; 
t)4 fumnexMtixMt ux\p,c\it), tn\ m ge+\tUA a u.Mf ue.\t, 

A5 *or\uiT)im im -<Mce *oon fttUMj; fm, 480 

1f T)eirhm -guri rje^\f\u^f n^c bfunnne^tt *oon <Mcme 

*Oo semccvó a\\ c.\U\tti mo f utn\ij\e. 



Aiftingt 



19 



X)<\ óv\nu\|\fv\ó téi 50 tK\tCv\ib a CfidOtt-fOtC 

t)*\CK\tU\C névMÍlJ\,\Ó T)IK\U\C, 

tX\ 'ó-Aiúce 'nÁ Ati péAt) te 5-Aifj;e<At) ■ooti $féij 485 

Ú115 Cv.\tm-n'K\e Óajhmi ikmV))hk\c ; 
ir ire bA gAfCA, b<\ fnui*óce, tu\ pK\rcv\, 

TJob' oitce, Tjob' Aice, "oob' UAIfte, 
t)<\ binne, bA l>U\rc*\, Ik\ ÓtlfCe, Ik\ óneAfCA, 

tX\ ruit)ce tk\j\ úeAflCAf mi óik\|\tk\iV>. 490 

t)<\ Uk\Vk\1)\ 5UAÍI féltfl te Ikmík\)\c A 1kk\tkmi 

1l1v\i|Hu\nu\it gné-geAt fCUAffVÓA, 
's á nu\U\ 'óeAf c^ot a\\ pe^rhx\f-fOfc cU\on, 

X)o óeAtg te gAeúiti ftuAigce ; 
bi gite m\ ihk\U\ 5<an cenffie^t te U\r *\if\ 495 

&5 pOftltd 'f 45 OdlffnifC 'ík\ >;|\iK\x')nv\iV), 

lf ní T)tit;ct' v \|\ T)o c(h\cCv\|\ T)íoV) ii|\|\v\ini iK\^5)K\TK\m^ 

tÍÁ H)1K\T) mk\ lK\Cv\-(') cum |HK\11Íini|\ ^f <*3 J ' • 

t)v\ ÓAltce 'f bv.\ géAf v\ nK\iiK\ 'f <\ tmmt), 

'S á )H K\n^ y\-C(2J\p féllfl 1K\f\ C)HK\lVV(K\TJ, * * fíOQv 

6 .'-"i- go téif 6 VK\c+\r _ 50 p'k\)\ /+ j 

^v\n Cv\|H)vM-('), gAn Óélffl, 5AÓ bUvMV) |Hi;s ; 

iK\im lf v\u'rim v\ 1iioik\t) 'f^ Ik\iihii, 
A nno.vó. <\ CAfldlT) 'jw CUAttA( 

v\ puipinn, v\ |:(n\)\v\nin v\ otigúe 'f v\ peAóGd 50fi 

'Oo bjuiininwtt ik\ ^(v pn-poVc ,rí ,lK< ' ,M: : 

Fpeaga if-fe mé <\n cú <\n dinnif 6t\ n^)\ci>; 

Tv\)\ <\\1.mc tjoii T)\v\o T)o fCUAt) 
'()») Cv\)\)\v\ins ik\ •nrró 1 mtXAfCAlti &r\ CféAT), 

.m;' 50 télf jnnr.' tU-A1< p 5 10 

Ho v\n pnn«'-VMvn <q\< n'inu'15; l <• s»v l f v\iV>. 

•i'kmI pe-AfJ 1 ©I U/p.s.MM, 

1 n-G^rii 
1 hinneAtl \ ótif, 



20 ArhfxMn eog^in tluxMt) tlí SúiUe^b-Ám. 

A ca^a mo ctétb, ní xMcnro *outc tné, 515 

tlí cex\ccx\fi T)on rhéiT) feo tuxVóxMf mé, 
Acc fe^cm^lUc fCfx\e te p\T)x\ zá 1 bpém, 

5-An gfuVOxMn, 5-ón r\éim, 5411 fu<M|\ce*\f, 
5^ri cifoe, 5-án cex\nnx\f t)0tn ice 'f "óom ge^jArv^t) 

te mtofCAif A5 5 A ^^ 1D ^ n ruxtuMji, 520 

Ú115 mitte-At) 'guf m^r-Uvó 5<\n ame, gan c*Mfe, 

gtAn-ionn^fvbxVó if fc<\ipe*\t) x\f mo ctu\tU\cc. 

1f t-Annrh^f téiorhe^c peAfi&AÓ fju\oc*o^ 

Ufe.<\U\rh<<\c CftéAn 1 *ociu\f5*\in, 
A5 c-c\|\]u\m5 fx\oim "óéin Ati Aicme tjo btu\jw\it) 525 

Sc^\ipeAt) T)om pém if ftu\fc<\itc ; 
tliCfiT) tu\ T)Atu\i|\ Af mi|\e 1 ngeALcAit) 

Af ioiu\T) tu\ V)fLv\cA T)ob UAifLe, 
Af fitte<vó iua feAttaC <\\\ bmte cum c<\c<\, 

'S ní fmgit mo §Aipm Ati iu\i|\ pn. 530 

T)x\ ficiT) geAt-bé, 5<\n p&ice Afl A T)C<\ob, 

A tiu\fCA.\tA\ig téigim tu\nn Uk\c 
'S n-á T)e*\fnu\iT) gldO'ÓAé coif Attann óum SéAfflAlf, 

TVeAfc^Mf T)o pféim-fUocc t1tK\sU\i£ ; > 
SiotU\tfe feA|u\n'K\c foineAn-04 feAfOAffidil 53S 

t)iteAiiKMt t>U\fCv\ bt(K\cc-tnK\nc,\c, 
T)ume T)o gU\cfu\f te muipmn *oo f\\n'u\it, 
'S ZÁ ctifce cum lu\ittec *oo ctu\j\TU\é. 



7.— im AOtuxu sev\t Ag siut>At Oíos. 

(f onn : u Ati beinj*ín LuACjtA." 

tm a\oiu\|\ fe<\t 45 puttat bíof 

1 *octiif oit)óe 1 n5<\o|\c<\ ceoig, 540 

tem Cv\ob gttf 'óe-AfC-Af fionn-|\íog<\m, 

1m ionnfuit)e 50 féirh a\\\ feot, (j^ m §y**l**\ 



reot. cJL. 



& céib A\\ |U\T) f t)A bÚCtvMTMb 

A5 CA.\t)A.\i|\c plop ap pcéttíi Ati óin, 
go Cfu\ob*.\c CAfCd c um'u\ p - 1> 11 rno, 54.") 

U \y ■ 'Wa ptinpAtfttti 50 b&At 4 bfótg. 

tX\ rftAotvóA, nu\ip<u\c, mtitnce í, 

th\ cuiin í, bA péttfl Á clntt, 

t)A Ca\01VI A T)]HU\C 9 f a púit gflintl 

1**) nK\|\ *ó|\úcc SVjnn A5 oé-An-atfi fpótpc ; "50 

A OétT) nu\j\ ÓAttC 'iu\ iroUiu' -ófop * » 

5^\n pnunc bí ^o ih\\c,\ 1 gCÓlpj 
'S d tu\ot-coj\p fe-AfCAtp |u'il')v\c pfoÚAÓj 

1K\|\ TDtúcui^OvU') te óéite póp, 

U<\ix) Cv\o|\v\ ip pneAÓCd dtt túc ptotj 555 

'tld gntftf n'M'n bA n'u\()|\TK\, motu\riu\ity, 
A luu\Tu\n te<\tv\n ú|\ nu\on')im Ch* (j^C~ ^ 

5<\t) ftniiic pinnn ^o fíu\niiu\|\ fógAÓ J 
t)A c,\oL a nu\U\ "ótiic-cuom, 

'S á t(u\l')v\ij\-]')ío|.) m^\\\ gétf v\|\ peotj 660 

'S <\ béiUn btáfc* búc btnn frcno***' 

— 9» L 

(V,\nn|U\róe, iu\;\ cwolUnt; móiT). ' -- - *•"' 

A |U)ci]\-V><vn cni\\]T,\, cunn, ('vom, 

(\\]\ pCUl]Uir<<'A7') 1 gCétn T)() f í')|\C ? 

tl<. vMi tétp & rhe-Af gtjp b'tonncaotti 
Oom lonnftn'óe it) g40f\ im et<u) ? * - " 

An cú v\n bé fcug pv]\e If fún ÓfOfÓe 

Don (ui gpofóe 61 cpéan 1 ocótjtj 

B d Cétte CeA|U ( sii|i V ul > P 

go i)uí)-c|U)ii- .'('■ Le N«iii -fion ppó|ii f 57( 

v\n [ 11 OélfOfe nuMp'.M': t.ur iMnn 

"Oo (•|uifiny\ , (i T)o ppéitfi ru LeotfiAn 
l»' tu\|\ t ]\.\oc,\('i pUdtt ip ponn-pf§ 

go Tjub-C|\()ro<'v\c 1 n-é ■ 



22 Atfifxlin 6ogxMn UuxMt) Uí Súitte^b,Áin. 

tló ^n bé téf cxMlte^-ó Cúfí C+ ft**i 575 

g^n ionncx\oib -Ag T)éx\nArh póic', 

íló An fpéif-be^n cne-AfC^ T)'umUiigexVó 
'tl^ rmúic g|\mn &V éifinn ceo ? 

1f béx\fx\c bU\fCx\ búc bmn, 

xVoub^ifc p 50 féitfi 5-An 50 : 580 

flí h^on x)ox) rhe-Af, d juíin, pnn, 

1f T)iútcingim 50 hé^g *oon CfófC, 
1f bé mé 45 ccMfue^t T)úc*\it)e 

50 *ouD-ó|\oiX)e^6 1 nT)éi"6 mo teoriu\n, 
1f mo cncw\cc^ A]\ lev\c<u) ^5 bújw\n r>, 585 

1m fúg^vó bro 9 t\A fU\oxK\ nn 'óeot. 



H 



~CÁ Sé<<.\tttAf me,\|\ 'f 4 tjunp gfoi'óe 

X)Á\\ n-ionnfuit)e 50 héAfCAfó a\\ feot, 
1f féit)fit) fe^t mo óúffAfóe 

A5 bú]u\it)ib le fv\ol')v\|\ gteo, 590 

t)étt) féit)e*vó if OdfCA'ó if bpug^t) fíop 

An bú|w\it)ib nS •ocju\oó«vó a\\ pecó, 
'S ní téx\n tiom U\$ g^n túc pumn 

5*\c cj\ú t)íob n-áf gcitt T)on Ó]\T). 

t)éit) ctéin n-A sceAóc 5^11 púicín 595 

A5 úf-tru\oit)ev\m an éin-ttiic cóif, 
1f éi£fe ce*\fc ^5 Cx.\bv\inc ffof 

5^c fionn-U\oit) 50 néACA 1 ^ctót) ; 
An Cfé^T) T)o cfe*\fc*\i|\ T>úb*.\c pnn 

5<\n tionnc*\it)e, 5-An fé-dfCA <\]\ bójvo, 600 
1f JJae'óiL 50 fe^fCAif ]uHVv\c fíoc.\c 

'VIa tvoútu\it)e 50 fcu\nriu\]\ fogAriuul. 



Aiftinsf. 23 

8— 1 SACSA1Í) tlA Sé<VO. 

1 SACfAib nA fé-AT) 1 gcéin Óm ÚtítÓAf, 
ys n.\|\|\A r»A ^cfAofc coif céttL ti4 fCiuf-tt-Afc, 
1p mé A5 niAcrnvMii Af é<A5 tu\ bftAtA if ik\ LaoC 605 
1 bpe-Af-Ann-Alti Céin *oo rújuuvó, 
te tXAtiAip 1 fpéiftmg óónnoAtf, 
T)v\ 5caoai|\ ciot> Cft&Ati mé i bpionncAf, 
k pe-AfAt) mo t>éA\\ 50 tAóctfi-Af te té-An, 

5<\n AICe-Af, gAn néitn, g^n ftrt>AÓ<Af, 610 

Oo "óeAfCAf féitce-Ann gféige-Aó, gfe-Annca, 

§té, V)í 5-AfCA, sntiif-ge-At, 
t),\tu\tn<\it, bédf-Aój bé-At-c-Atf, btAfCA, 

Céime-Aó, cne-Afc-Aj cúmfw, 
ilK\i|M'v\n'u\il, méinne-AÓ, m<A0fó4 J me.AfCA, 615 

AefeAó, AbAit), urhAtAó, 

)1v\ |\(\u\\ib Ag Ci'WCC TDOb éxvocfom AtfCe-Af, 
CAOt) liom fe-At guf rútplm^. 

1)<\ óaiti Af fAó téi-fi a céibe T)irir\\, 

b-At-Af gO f&Af A5 ftAOD-AIÓ Af lúlt-C|\lt, 620 

v\ mAtA bv\ óAOt, a hA&vó g-An béim, 
A T)(v\|\Cv\ Y * fcéttíi bA tonnjiAÓ ; 

t)v\ t'h\\|\;s vMi CAOf Af Gf-tlt 

'IK\ te-ACAin A5 TX'vMUMii connc-Aif, 

lf l)v\ btAfCA 5-AÓ Cé-ACfA O^lte-AfC d bé-At 625 

'11v\ ppjUW^vMjUWcr m<W|\ <\|\ ci i'u n-rjunc 

l)v\ |\\tiiv\tt v\ 'oéi'o te gné n.\ he<AtA 

Af pfAOC t\\ niv\|\v\ (MiV» v \|\-r,ljjiiC, 
& nwnw, bA §é-Af ik\|i téAnuig cteafA 

CtAOnA Cv\nu\ CúlplT) r ' : ' ( > 



24 Arhjtáin GogxMn tlu^i'ó VH Súitte^ttám. 
A leóX)A\\-ó\\oX) féfó if fó-gté T)o jóe^uvó 

t)élf\ 1f X)AfiCA fCIÚfUAC, 

CAiftnifc n^ 5cé^T)c^, pAot-com -Attcd, 
61 fc if e^tcd ctúrh-Aó. 

A fe^ng^-óofp féirh mo pém t>o "úubAit, 635 
Ó ¥)AtA? 50 fé^f 50 né^c^ 1 5Ctúi*o ói|\c, 
Uféf\ fe^pg mo gné if T)o ti^tftuig mé ; 
*Oo te^5-A*ó mo ^éA^A Uíca 
*Oo 'OAttA'ó mé T)'éif 5<ac cúff-A, 
Cé t^b^p^f téi 50 cúc^it, 640 

1f T) , xMtóe^f T)on bé ^ tuMnm 'f a fC&dt, 
A Cfve^t)^ Y >a cfé*vo T)o cx\tuMj\c tumti. 

T)o gt^c^f-f<A j\éim caj\ éif a ti^gvMtt, 

TVéifce^f fex\t if *o , urhUiige*\f, 
T)o ó^f-Af a fcéirh, a mémn 'f a pe-Aff^, 645 

Céim n^ji rh-AfU\ "óinnn-ne ; 
X)a tap-AtfuMt, CféxMi, sac géAg -oom £u\tU\ib, 

p\on níoj\ tVpvo^ 1 t>putu\j\ mé, 
An can be^fc^f ^ufUAt) *\on ak oé T)o gf\e«\rmui§ 

Jnéice if peACA-ó *ojuufe. 650 

P|\e^5^M|\-fe mé x\n cú ^n féitceAnn tonnju\ó 
tug fex\|\5 if truuvóm tu\ Uju\e 5411 cionncAf, 
Hó av\ Ainni|\ C115 té-Ati if teAgxVó riA ng-ACóe^t, 
1 t>fex\fu\nnAit) Céin if lugome, 
^O'púis ^Iaúa if éigf 1 tu\ T)C]\iúó fxMn, 655 

p\Q1 AV\ ^tM Ó_gO Cf\élC Ag bÚp.MtD, 

/Vv' tló x\n~ gAitce^nVi 1 gcém c*\f\ cu\Umc *oo téim 
Ó G^rhxMn a$ U\oó 'na tún-tu\j\c. 

T) , f]\e-cA5^M|\ ní ti<\on T)on rhéiT) fin óAtiAlf 

£éin 1T) fc^vcxMb túb mé, <9- "***"• 660 

1f ní c^\nf<vo-ju\ fcé^t T)o fCfu\e T)otp f*\riu\it, 
5é^5 T)o ÚU\nn,<\ib túiceijt, 



Aiflin^T. 25 

0<\n,\j\ i méinn, 1 ^céill 'f 1 ^ce^l^, 

ftéice if S^M^e ó tontro*\m, 
JZS i n-4fm 'f 1 n-éATK\c gté4fC4 A£ geAffAti 66. r ) 

géA5 lf f A r c mo PfiontijM. 

tl^ Cáfcuifnig mé, <\ ge<\L-fcénri tu\ gctiit-fionn, 
©4f -An teAttaf fo im Séág, ní'i bfidon x>Á gcfti 

tonru\tn, 

Acc c<Mfce<\lAó téro CAf óAife le ffidoó, 

Do fCjw\c<vo 1 gCétn Af úftá, 670 

A5 Odtbdtf T)on cé iiv\]\ b'fonn liotn, 
1 mtxdfCAiti ik\ bpit&df Af cuttaf-tftuif, 

|f 5Uf fc*.\5*.\*ó mo tféAT) df Cdtfe ■o'futt s^foiwi 
1 £C4tfeAt iu\ féACf<d c n 1 5 1 "6 . 

6'f T)e<\f\D 5U|u\b don T)0 fécf-fuit C\\ipL 675 

Cféitfife fn-Ai'óme-A'ó tiom rú, 
Aitfiffe-At) péin twic é-dcc-d m'aifcif, 

1f fcé<\lf<\T) m\\imm lOnnfldtC ; 

ifmit) éisf J T)íom éife rhe-db-dit, 

mélfOfeAÓ (':<'. \l 4 sAC c.úppu':, 6<s0 

tuj mdfta 'guf béim cfé ótdon te g^tLditi 
Do tféiT) mo bAitce T)útó<dif. 

pu\jMnm\tr> Céin lf Slbtf p<_m nr«M$ t 

C4f ('vt/u' n4 'OCéA'O 50 héAfOdt'Ó fCIÚfO-df, 

Aife-Aói fcéil C\ dnndib n-d ' . ,;s: ' 

guf gAifit) 50 rroéAnmdit) conncdf, 

go fCAipflt) >■'< >" 

114 n-4tftdf t>o f)fé4rh-fCOC Lonn*04n, 

Seo bedtd tu\ Ldoó if 50 gC4f€4f 1 pélfll 

lllo g4tU r.\nn tu\ | 'Our. 1 U1| 









26 ArhftÁm eogxMn HuxM'ó VH Stntte^tixMn. 

Oo c^|An5^i|\ éigfe T)f\é<\ccA if pe^f^ 

A céx\cc 50 Cfie^jMó Cfúipe^c, 
LAnnrhx\f\ téiT>rhex\ó U\oct)a a^ Uvo^Mfic 

ttléic-ptnc ^AttA-ponnc^c ; 
Af OAn^vó 5^0 fcéit cá a "ocfénfife CxMcce, 695 

Ufé n^ gcxMcpiT) urhtug^vó, 
1f .AC^ffuigA'ú toéx\f ciot) t&An teo a óe^p^vó 

'S^f féim T)0 C,A-5xMf\C T)'tlgT)AMf\. 

C>Aitpe,AT)-fA éifce^óc Cf\é t)ut!>-fmAóCA 

A\\ úaoX) v\a ng^tU\ b|\úiT)eAC, 700 

Ó ce^srh-Ap pém te cféirhfe 1 ngLAfAibj 
Céim T^f Ú15 T)ex\ft> T)utu\ó mé ; 

Aicfif mo fcéát *oon éi^fe 45 t><Mte, 
1f téi^pT) xMfce óug*\m-fA, 

T)o fC-Aippt) mo té.An ciot) téij\ te t-AÓCA 705 

X)éA\[ 5Uí\ TMtUVÓ T)Ú|1 mé. 

Coif AftAnn au Cftéibe zá x\n péinicf pionncAó 
£e<AftArh<Ait péipe,Aó p&AfCAé ptúij\pe*\ó, 
U<ac<a pe céicp t>o pcAnru\t) 50 gté, 

1p e-A^n-Aó téigeAncA.\ ponnc-A<5 710 

T)o ée-Ap-At) 5AÓ T)|\é^\óc 5-A11 T)úij\e, 
Y\Á *oe-Afuru\iT) ^lAottAc 'ha "óún pdin 
1f cxMfcpró 50 péirh cú im pAf\fu\t) 50 téigpit) 
1 fidnnxMt) 5AÓ céim "00*0 óúffA. 

T)o *óe.Afuó-fcoc 5^e"óeA\t 'feati An £té-g<\f g-AfCA, 715 

pé<Af\U\ T)ex\f\t) *oúccu\ip, 
X) , eA\fCxMf\ •o'puit éi^pe if U\oc tu\f\ rheAccA 

1 m<Aot)mAit!> caza curhAtigfu^g, 
Se<Ag,Án pex\p.Arru\c p*\op T)o ppéAtii-ptiocc Cacaix), 

1f é T)o gU\cp<Ai*ó cú 1 scion, 720 

1f CAtMip T)o pém caj\ Aon T)om óAfu\i*o 

ITIo bé san CvMfce cum*o.Aig. 



Aiftmgf, 27 

9.— ati nu\ii)in 1 nx>é ccns cCif) ik\ 
slnn -Vuvnr. 

A]\ m-A1T)in 1 nT)ó COIf Célt) n<\ pt im-V>v\j\o 

&5 nu\óctu\n'i 50 p-Aon 'p aj T)é-An.Affi pmu-Aince, 
"Oo "óe<\]\c.\f An bé in\ ge-AnmnAó gné, 726 

A5 CAipce-At nn' g-AOf CA f CA<woe, 

50 tOv\nV>v\c U'I^wiica tíorht-A 
Lxnnrh^fj téi*orhe,Aó, líonn'u\-j\, 

|f frA bt-ApC-A A j;ut bélt 'nÁ Ov\nr\\tn tu\ n-é-An, 
'S 'ttá p p|\Ov\5v\x') tu\ mé-Af v\|\ Cv\om-c|\uic. 730 

th\ ó-Am-Afp-AC téi a céib 50 T)t-AOlte 

ó b-At-Af Ag O'WÓC ^O pÓv\]\ A]\ fíf-Óflt, 
A irk\t,\ l)v\ Cv\ol, v\ T)e-AfC4 b4 ót-Aon, 

A pe-AffA 'f a fcénii T)ob J Aoibinn, 

v\ tnv\niv\ 'p a T)éiT) nu\|\ tlciji ; 785 

'11v\ te^CAin git tiiv\o|\"óv\ rhfonLA 

t')í v\n fne-Aóc-A te CvM)p A5 OAipmifc 50 Cfé-An, 

tf tu\n bflOf-AÓ CK\ An CAOti T>0 pcfíob-A*ó« 

x\ tOv\V)v\i|\-c|\oV) jiéfó if né-AC-A psffofc.d'ó 

win if n-AOfC-A if éifc Af rfiín-ffuiú, 740 

b-AfCA n-A T)Cé-AT) 1 gCAt-Alti n,\ bpltéAf 

Cv\iptni|\c if r,\r.r ik\ CfAOI tOlf, 
,s.\-pui(\ béif if mfot [ a, 

\f 6 OCAffAing v\|\ 'ÓAOf-bfAC pfOT>A, 

ir t ,k CAicne-Atfi T)i pcéirh guf Cfe-AfCfAt) mé 746 
1 £Cfie<i j'is df bi< . 

CAim 50 péirh T)on ppéif-be-An rhfontA, lj- 

peAbA 'p 
An r u An AOit-óneip fén pcéttfl, 

tuj; Cv\icn('v\n'i A ct< rtaoife, 760 



28 ArhfÁm OogAin ftuxM'ó VK éuitte^b^m. 

tef ■cfve-AfC-dfvA'ó cfért n>A mftce, 
tll^fvb t-^5 fx\on 5-An bfvíg x\f bit, 
tló x\n xMnne^f Ú115 té^n if te^xvó n^ ng^e^óe^t 
1 bfex\f<\nn,dib tléitt if Ctnnn rhif ? 

Aitfif 50 fénfi T)om, -a céib-f?ionn rhíonLd, 755 

^xn cú cug meArcxvó if m*\ot)m n-A Uf<\e m^p innrceAji 
íló >dn f?mne-be<<\n gté b^ foinneAn*o^ fcéitii 

*Oo ótnf mtnte^nn 50 CAorh a\\ rhíon-ffttnú j 
tló ^n <\mnif *óex\f rru\orvT)x\ mín c^if 
t)A geAnArhxMt gté^e^t gníohuxc 760 

Do úxMfCit 1 scéin ó ÚxMtce mic Cféin 

téf CAittexVó *oon pérnn n<A mítce ? 

T)o f?rve^5-Aif\ Ax\ bé *oe<<\f rhAoj\tu\ rhín c,\if 
1f T>eAf\b n-Aó x\on *oon rhéi*o a rh<\oi*óif mé 
Aóc <Ainnifv $x\n bfé^s *oo c<\ifce<\t 1 ^cém, 765 

te ce^ccxMfe-dóc f cé\\ ó L<\oifeAC : 
guf 5Aifit) 50 n*oéxMr^\it) *oíogv\tCv\f 
T)o gU\nfdi*ó te fx\ob^f n-A pAOtcom 
Ó f?ex\fu\nnc<\f 5^ e>oe ^ 5^ n f e <<\ccmx\f, E At] f eirn J 

5^n Cx\U\rh, 5-An cj\éi*o, gan jv\oij\fe. 770 

1f ex\5-át tiom fém, a fpéij\-bex\n rhíonLá, 
gtif fv^CxMfe^óc bféi^e ai\ fcé<\t fo -o'mnfif 
Oi*o 5-dttA f\o-Cféx\n 1 mb^fCAMb 5«<\n fpéif 

Af 6x\ife 50 ff<\ocTM mmnex\c ; 
1f C-Afotiif tlécf 50 cU\oi*óce, 775 

'O^úig Aicme nA ng^cóe^t f^ "óAoiffe, 
&5 fex\fuvó nx\ n*oéx\fv 50 U\ccm-<\fv te léán, 

1 n-Aófx\nn bx\ogx\it ^5 fmífcig. 

A f?ij\ gx\fC-A 'o'ptnt f?éit if téige^nc^ 1 U\oi*ócib, 
Y\Á cx\5-difv gtif bx\oc av\ mé-d*o fo *o , mnfev\f, 780 
1f gtifv 5^1^1*0 ón té-df, cio*ó px\T>x\ *oó cé^cc, 
t)eit CAicce t>o féif 5^0 pcfíbmn, 



^iftinsf. 29 

T)o t^jin^Aifi éi5fe if *OfTAoice, 
1f *oe^o av\ fcéat m^fi cíce^ft, 

go bftnt fe^f\c,d ttlic T)é T)Á 5C^f\cxVó 50 p^on, 785 
'S A5 Cf\eAfc^if\c n-A bp-Aotcon fínce. 

T)o t^f\nsAif\ éigfe, T)f\éAóCx\ if Laoi'óte 

Af\ t-AfifiAins -An té-Af gní au cé^m-A f\oime feo, 

50 T>ciocp<yó aví c-éAóc fo x\f\ §,AtLAi£> 5-án bféig 

T)o gf\e<vopyó 50 ti-Aei*óib An cf\oi'óe aca ; 790 
1f T)o gUmpAt) 5^0 bé<Af\ T)on tíne, 
A bfe^fumnc^f g^ 6 " ^^ 5 An l^S^^f 
1f xMúcim-fe if 5t^ot)<dim x*f\ feAf\c^ib itlic T)é 

50 T>c^5Ait) mo fcé-At cum cfiíce. 



10.— urtÁt 1 rroé is mé oiAií)ue 1 Dpéin. 

Uf\«Át 1 nt)é if mé cnái*óce 1 bpéin, 795 

Af\ fMn 1 gcém ^An -otnne im goi^\e, 
Ú,áf\t^ Cf\énfife 1 n*ooif\e coitte 
1m f^on-ttnge x*f\ neóm, 
A g c- Áf Am é^5-d if áif\ n-A U\oó 

TVftnt Uáit if Cém t>A ctifc e 1 fiofma, _ _800 
As cÁt riA n*oé>Af\ te tuomxvo ctnf\fe 
1 n5éx\f\-fnAi*óm bf\óm ; 
1f téif\ 5tif\ *óe-Af\c^f báb mín 6-Á1T) ó-Aom fnuxvó- 

gexit 
tílAOfVOA m-dife-Aó lÁm tmn *oob Áitne fíog^if if 
ctó*ó, 
X)a cíof\tA téi, X)A f c-áoitce-Aó f\éi*ó, 805 

X)a tfwttfe^ó nédrhfVAc Cflio pxat-cttitm^ fl, 
vCib ^ CÍ0 P 5° V&W )rtA troU\oite pgce 
Af\ -Aon-tí x\n ó\f\. 



^vMtPjC 



30 ArhfxMn 6ogAm íltMiX) VH StntteAbÁin. 

An cr\Ác tem tx\ob x)o tÁinig x\n bé 

X)a bfeÁgtA fcéirh x>Ár\ fionnAX) tmn-ne, 810 
t,cMtf\ex\c fléaóCAim x>ife 1 bftnr\m, 
Cé bíof x>ób<c\c ; 
'S níori b'feÁijuvoe mé a cjtÁcc im §Aor\, 
t)A tÁrhAc t^5 cr\éit te ame mife, 
te t^rh^ó gLc\n ^^ece CtnpiX) ctifce 815 

CféAcc-rmtt ftóg ; 
te néigm fe^ric if bÁ]\\\ Sflinn X)on bÁn-fíob tiAfAit, 
Réitue^nn m-cMX)ne CUmji Ctnnn if bU\t r\A fíog^n 

Ú115 f-Aoiffe if féim x>o fc\oicib x>jumcc, 

1f míor\ X)on ctéif r\e htiffuMm ctnbe, 820 

X)a xMon-bfc\c éigfe, btnme fígte, 
1f c.AorhruM'úe cj\eón. 






A bc\in-óneif féirh, fAg<\im fÁt An é.\cc f 

tloc xj'pÁg 50 ViAonrhAf fin^itpo^j^e, 
5<c\n 5-ÁfX)A téix)rhex\c oitce ctifce 825 

AoX)x\fcMX)te ix) t)eoix), 
tlo b,c\r\r\ mo téin 1 x>CfÁt *oon cé 
"O'itj fÁf-tACC féin x)0 mitif-cíoóA, 
SÁftng mé 5An ctnttexvó moitte, 

1f cr\éi5 caoi T)eof ; 830 

T)o fcr\é-Aó, x)o fc<c\ir\c, x)o gÁif fí ^5 r\ÁX) if crií 

CfOAj U-orn 
RénneAf CcMfit ócmx) CAom te fpÁf s^n ftíg 
x)om pó|\, 
p>Á ctnng iu mbéAf xj'ftns f*\oite g^ 6 " 06 ^ 
11 a míteAXM ^té b*\ mimc ftnx)ce 
1 5cr\íc tem t\c\ob 50 fionn-c\-trttnpe<c\ó 835 

PflAOCXM 1 X)CÓ1f. 



Aiftinsi. 



31 



te r2tfi-toa T)é ftiAif pÁif if pém, 

O ^n báifie ^g céx\6c 11 a gcomne aj\ btnte, 

pÁsrAit), réAnpAiT) íAitpx) rm ^r 

CAorh-óríc eog-Ain ; 840 

Acá AfmoVo Iaoc n^r r CÁn 1 mbAOgxa, 
^5 FAgMii An iae -A|\ -An Qpui^inti uiie, 
A5 mát Y ^5 mAO'óm 'r ^5 mittexvó-bfiife^ó 
An éOorPotigix) nu^ ; 
Acá céAcc 'íia mbAfC<Mb r^-*° ín 5° ™^$ mítl 
Cflaiisne 845 

^5 z\\aoóá-ó ax\ cimt) ftfi&i'ó pn, ^ n ZÁm le ^S'S^r ó 5 
CUoi-óre-Af c|\éimre^rv t)íofcp*tt Cféxvo 
An fitt Y^ n t)é-A|AiA'i n-iotnAfó p°r tr1 ^ 
1r círe^r 5^e*óit 'tu n-ionAT) ftnt)ce 

1 r^°rv-'°t i 5eA , ó r o $^» 8 ^o 



ílí zÁm t)on -don r° ^tÁ g.án riéim 
Ó táwig T)fiéA\m ^n intc cap tnrce, 
te 5ArT)^r stedrp^iT) 6115^1 nn ctifA'ó 
Céxvo fíog-teórhxw ; 
1f xvób^t ffAoc 5^6 ^fr^ tftém 855 

A5 cÁpnxVó bé-df Y ^5 ctif x\n cttnce, 
te fv^i^ ^5 cé^fA'ó aví 61111*0 cioffbuig 
péitt-t)tige<vó póit ; 
Ré^bpMt) f eAcc ir fÁtxM'oe avi c-^ifo-f íg Uti^c^ii 
íTléifte^c meAbxMt cá r-doi bt^c 1 fíog^cc mo 
fcóif ; 860 

ir 50 cfíc mo f^og^a ní ungpexvo r ein 

te rméifte coirmgcedc ctíit xw lonuM'ó, F. O**^ 
Af tíge^cc *oom Sxxer^f *óít if gui'úi'ú ^jft/fc * 

é fui'úe 1 gcofóm. 



32 xXrh|\^m eog<\m TVfl-Ait) VH Súitte-Abim. 



11.— CeO T)RAOlt)eAÓUA. 

Ceo x>fi&o\t>eAóZA 1 gcoim oit)óe *oo feot mé 865 

Uf\é cíofitAib m<<\f\ ómrhix) Af\ fCf\*\e, 
5-An pfuorh-CAfVAiT) *oíogfu\if im corh5<\f\, 

1f mé 1 scfíocAib cx\f\ m'eotAf 1 gcém ; 
T)o fíne^f 50 fíof\-cuif\fex\c *oeofu\c 

1 5C01H ctucrhAf, cnórhAf, tiom fém, 870 

^5 gtii'óe-Aóc-Aiti cum ítíog git n<<\ gtóife, 

1f 5-An nro a\\ bit x\cc Cf\óc<\ij\e im bé^t. 

t)í tíon-fut im óf\oit)e-fe, 5-An 50 x\f\ biú, 

'Sxrn óoitt f eo, if 5A11 gtón "óume im g<\oj\, 
5-An Aoibne^f, acc bmn-guc iu pmóldó 875 

A5 fíon-óx\ncAin ceoit x\n ^aó 5615 ; 
Vem tx\oib gun fuit) fíot)-bjuiinne.t\tt rhot)riu\jw\c, 

1 bfíog*\ij\ if 1 gctót) cjunc m*\j\ tuom, 
'tla 511^01 -oo bí ^n tí ge*\t te j\ójw\ib 

As coirhe-AfC-Aji, if n<\j\ b'eot Tw\m cw\ géitl. 880 

X)a t|\ittfe-Aó cmg bui"óe CA.\fc*\ <\\\ ój\-tw\t 

A *oU\oi-potc 50 bjióig teif Ati mbé, 
A bjw\oice 5-An ceime^t mAf Ati óni|u\, 

A cU\oin-|\uifC *oo beo-gum $v\c U\oc ; 
t)x\ bmn bU\fCx\ fíon-rhiUf ceotiiwvn, 885 

1Dx\|\ fíotwcjunc 5^0 nóCA ó n-<\ béw\t, 
1f bA rhm c*\itce A cíoc cjunnne 1 gcóifi cij\c 

*Ox\f\ tmn-ne nán teoruvó te bx\on. 

peAóc |\oime fm cé bíof-jw\ 5^11 cneóij\ ce<\nc, 
T)o bíot)5.\f te nó-fe^nc -oon bé, 890 

1f *oo fíte^p guf\ b^oibne^f uó-món Tw\m 
An cfítwbe^n T)0 feoUvó f*\oim t>ém ; 



1tn LAorótib *oo fcitíobpvo im 'óeoi'ó "ótnc 
fll^f fc^oite<Af mo beot fexJt a\\ fcrtae, 

1f 5-ac c-aoin-fc-Aifi TMfi fforh^f T>on óig t)eif 895 
1f finn fínce ^f\ f eoruMnn x\n Cftéibe : 

A t)jiíg'oe^6 n-A f\mn-f\ofc *oo bfeo'útiig mé, 

te T)íogfuMf *oot> fnó*ó if T)OT) fcéirh, 
An cú <<m Aoit-6neif Cféfi T>íof a<yó n^ mof-Cftnp, 

tT)^f\ f cfiíobcAf 1 scorhfiAC n^ Uftae ; 900 

tló x\n fíog-bftnnneAtt rhíontA 'o'ftns córh-U\5 

C^c-mítexvó n-A t)óifrhe 'f -A Cféxvo, - /. 

11ó xm fíog^n t>o *ótígig Af an mórv-ft<\ic 

Ón mbemn T>ut tm ceofitnge^cc i gcém ? 

1f bmn bU\fCd cdom •o'ffte^g-Aifi TMrh-fxv, 905 

1f \ a^ fíof-fitexvú *oeof^ cfé pém, 
tlí h-dom-be^n *oá\\ rhAoi*óif mife 1*0' gtófCAib, 

1f m-Af cím-f e ní tieot T)tnc mo tf\éAT> ; 
1f mé An bfíg-oe^c t>o bí fexxUvo pófc-A 

£á ^ioibne^f 1 gcofóm cific v\a féicf, 910 

^5 t^S C-Aifit Cumn ^guf 6ogx\m, 

p«Aif\ mífv-ceAnn^f £ót)U\ g^n ptéi"ó. 

1f *oút)^c bocc mo cúffA 'f if bfión,dó, 

Dotn *óúf-6fveimeAt) A5 C21£™S 5^ 6 ^ Ae > 
p^ "ótib-fm^cc ^5 búfu\ib, g^n fógA6x\f, 915 

1f mo Pfionnf^ guf f eoUvó 1 gcém ; 
U-á mo fúit-fe te ntíf\-rh^c n^ gtóife 
50 *oaubru\iT) mo teorhAin f^oi f\éim 
^, '11 -a nT>ún-báitcib T)úccAif 1 gcóif itumc 
vr**5 A5 fúf o<vú n^ gcfvón-poc te f aoX>a\\. 920 

A cúit-fionn c-Aif rhúmce, nx\ n-óf\-fOtc, 

T)o 6f\ú 6if\c n<á gcorvón^c g-dn bféig, 
T)o cúf\f^-fx\ ^5 búfuMb if bf\ón tiom, 

"P-a ftnúic, c^cac, ceorh-Af\, g^n fctéip, 



34 Arhfim Gog^in Utu\it) tlí Súitte^bám. 

t)& nTDttíc-bfvtig^ib *oúcóxMf *o<Á peoLpvó 925 

ITUc congAncAC n-A gtóife *oo íléicf , 
1f fú^c t)o juifCf-Amn-fe cfón-ptnc, 
go htirhAt ZApA fcóprhx\t\ te pitéif\. 

Af ScíotxAfo tm T)cígexvó óu^Ainn c^f jv\ite, 

go cfíc 1mf P-Áitge f^oi fvénn, 930 

te ftíc 'o'fe^fxMb t<\oipg, if SpÁwnig, 

1f fíof te cofp ^cxMf 50 mbémn 
Af fíof-e^ó rhe^f gfoit)e tAp<\ ce^f]\v\c, 

A5 fíof-c^fc^'ó cáic te ne*.\]\c pAottaip, 
1f ní ct^oi*ófinn-fe m'inncmn iu\ t)e.\gv\it) fin 935 

Ctim ttnge &p fe-Af^tti £á.\j\tu\ tem |VAe. 



12.— Ag UAISUeAt Y)A btÁlltlAtl. 

(f 01111 : "SUÁCA Atl rh-AflJAI'Ó.") 

A5 c-Aifce^t n^ t)tÁt\tu\n U\ 'f mé ^5 nu\ccnAm 
Af <Áfv nxx bfe.Afw\con f*\itce*\c f-Aiftfins, 

*Oon póf Cfeom bv\ <u\tnu\ 1 n^teó, 
1f m<áfv neATHng au c-Át fo cÁmiv; ó S^cfAti^ 940 
1 fC-áic Y 1 bf(^\|\AnnCv\f }.\\itbe lf <\irheif5in, 

6og4in rhóij\ if Cv\ifb|\e An Cftóig ; 
Y\a fU\cx\ X)A giu\Cv\c c.\fCAó, cpeAfAfhAil, 

X)Á SCA\\ZAt> 'f TU\ ^C]U\t) 'f TU\ £CÁftU\t) <\$ 
fxMlÁ\C1Cf 

An c^m noc *ou\bv\it) pá g|u\m ^a he^fCAine 945 
5f^fCx\f ce^tgxxc ttlÁjiCAin iiu\tttngce, 

An ó|\ón-cóip cug nu\fU\t) *oon ÓfT). 

X)o c-Aice^f-f-A fpÁf 50 cÁfríiAfi cac^ó, 

5<\n ÁifT), 5<An ^ice-<\f, 50 cru\it)ce ce^fntngcev\c 

^Á bf ón móf 4X5 f ev.\|u\t) mo t>eo\\ ; 950 



AifUn^í. 35 

guf t)e^|ic^f-fA lÁm tiorn bán-cneif bx\n<<\rh,<\iL 
ttl^ntA rhAifex\trixMt gfw\T)rh,Ar\ ge^n^rh^t 

Uó-rho'óArhAit bx\ c,<\icne,<\rhx\c fnó'ó ; 
X)a c^m^fvf^ó Cx\bU\c f-áinne-Aó f\\T)x\ aug, 
A5 peACA'ó Y ^5 f^f 50 f^it téi a\\ bAitte-ófic 955 
J\ bt^c-fotc bAó^Uc fc^inne^c cf^p^n^c 
UácU\c fn^it>migce bxÁr\r\-c<\f T)^\icce téi 

1 ^ctót) x\n óir\ 5^\n fc^\m^\tt g^\n ceo. 



T)o bí ' oe^bd'ó nx\ mbtÁc te fcáit b<<\ 'óeúfvs 

gx\n ct^f 'riA te^\cx\m b^\ brve^gcx\ t<\f<<yó, 960 

'S & fvóf-beót 5^\n rh<\5x\t) 5^11 rh 01T) ; 
A m^\t^\ 5^n CxSim a\\ & fx\rh-'óex\rvc aX>&\í) 
X> , frúi5 c^rhAó te T)ex\fvCx\ib v\a c^mce fe^\bx\c, 

50 |\ó-rhóf\ *oo gr\e,<\nnuig & ct<rú ; 
tTUf\ e^\tA x\f x\n T)Cfi<\ig a bfidgA 'f^ seAtA-cftJt, 965 
'S ,<\ m^irM T)ex\f ^f\T) noc *o'f^f ^\f feAn5x\-co|ip, 
A bÁn-óf\ob tex\bx\f r>'pÁ^Ai) Cx\fvfu\in5ce 
t)^iT) if b<\fc^\nnx\, c^ig if ce,<\cru\nn<<\, 

1f gteo cfeon &\\ tex\c,<\n-bru\c ffvóitt. 

ÚA g^\fC<\, X)A ÓÁtó, bx\ fAtfl T)o c^nvVó 970 

5^c pf^f 1 bp{\ex\CAmn n^\ nTMrh 5<\n e^fb^ró, 

'S X)A fógx\c fógx\rh^it & tAbx\fvt^\ beoit ; 
Ó b^\cx\f 50 j\áil ní't cáim r\& Aimrh, 
Le fA.\gbx5it ^nx\ pe^\ffx\m cijvc ,átumn gr\ex\nnc<\, 

Cuir\ ceo x\f\ ctóT) nx\ m^\f cx\t^\c 05 ; 975 

T)o bex\nnuig 50 ctác c<\if 5Aif\ex\c 5fex\nnrhAf\ 
'S x\n ce^ns^m T)o b'f e^r\f\ 1 ^Ct^f t,uif\c t)x\nbx\ ; 
te sfvÁT) T)on Aice^fc fAm t^icr\e^\c p|\ex\bx\im-fe, 
p^c a bx\ifcif\ T)on b^n-cneif <diccim, 

5^n rhóf-ftóg *\f\ e^cu\ib 'n& corh^\if. 980 



36 Arhfáin eog^m tltJAi-ó tlí éíntteAbÁin. 

tT)x\f\ rhe^f^im, ^ b,áb, 'f x\ bUSit nx\ mbx\ffv-fionn 
1f ^itne pe^rvf^ 'f if bfe^gt^ fex\fx\rh ófvtnc 

Ctó*ó 'guf fnó'ó r>Á\\ "óe^fc^f-f^ fóf, 
1f cú av\ rhx\fCx\U\c rhÁnU\ gx\fv*o,<\c Je^U\-óneif 
Ú115 1 mb-AfCxMb rhic TXÁifve fpx\f ó Allxdin, 985 

Cóif teorhxMn if g^itte te ^teo ; 
Hó An <Ainnif tug -Áf nXT^Tnce a\\ &AriiAin, 
tló av\ bfvtiinne-Att 'riA *oe^g*MT) cx\f fáit *oo t^ff^ni^ 
5-Aó ^rvfx* gxMfCit) 5-An cLÁf noó *o'aM|\iJ 
PfMm 'f^ (SAtA X)A *Óa.mu\ 1 *ocfeÁ.\fxMb, 900 

tló av\ 015 feoi*o bí A5 Aicit t\A ftóg. 

T)o frve^gxMf fí, ^s jiá*ó : t)í Lán *oo me*\ntru\in, 
Oim-fe ^5 c-<\b*\ifvc mo U\rh rru\f tAC4 ómc, 

\?Ár\ bfógrru\fv 50 n-AlilAftcpdlf gteo ; 
1f x\itfif *o'f<M*óib £áit An c-AtáfC feo 995 

5-An pf-Áifc *oo óx.\iu\im te p-áiftc if CAicneAtfi 

T)on ó5-teorru\n *oo f(u\lbin£ m'o£.\cc ; 
Af t^U\rh 'f x\f\ |\\it c<\ an báifte CAfC4 *\c<\, 
tlí't fex\f^\rh 1 5C-v\f te fAgfráil A*g gdLLA-puic, 
tlí fÁ5fx\fv AWm tk\ n-Át 1 mt)j\e<\c.\in 1000 

Af\ tfÁcc T)on b^\ite *oon Vu\n-fU\it, Ag CAfA'Ó 

te feot cóifv 50 fe<\|\v\nn.\ib Bo£<Ain. 

X)Á 6-AbAMfv azá v\a Sp,\inni£ c<\tm<\, 

Af\ rhx\g Y a^ rhAó^ife "o'f^s pá fcAfcuifne 

Afi f eo*ó cóip m\ S.\c|v\n 5-An cr\eoif\ ; 1005 
1f c-At-rhíte-A'ó av\ CU\if\ *oo fiáf tu\ fe-Ana-fCOC, 
TVfáf 1 mtMnb-A áfifA cr\e*AfArruMt, 

A n flóf teorru\in if CAC4 te cóifv ; 
tlí téigfiT) x\f U\f\ 50 bju\t A n-*\fviru\ 
50 ngUMifVMT) Whitehall ó .\t iua nTXan-AjtA 1010 
5-^n cruÁcc x\f\ 6x\]v\T) r\Á f\\gtu\it Af Aifiog 
A fCÁic n^\ a mtoeafcA, if 50 gÁfVOAC Odnái'ó 

ce móf\-fcóip céAT) Smér\ te bOog^n. 



IS.—AS UAisueAt n^ stéitjue. 

(f onn : "SeájÁn bui-óe.") 

A5 c<<\irce<\t na ftéibce *ox\m f ex\t4*o im x\on,<\r\, 

50 tix\ctnffex\ó céx\fc<\, 5-án ^irro gfmn, 101$ 

1f mé A% m-dócn^rh a\\ cté-rjex\f Cx\i£> ^m^'oe x\n 

Cfx\Og«<\lt, 

X)o fe^f\5 mo gné if *oo ófiái'ó fmn, 
*\\x rjftv\fj\<\ m,<\r\ t|\éi5e^*o^|A 5x\tU\-puic ótx\onx\, 

'S & mtMitce ptnfc aoVoa m^f. fáfuigexvó, 
'S An *oonx\f te céite*oÁ *óor\c<<vó g^c U\e oridmn, 1020 

Ó ce^ngUvó éifo te Sex\g,<m Dtn'óe. 

Coif Ar3x\nn % 5Cdot-T)oijie fc^TMf-f-A Cf\éirm*e 

T)om r\ex\tx\nn<<\it) géAfiA 'o'ftns c^rh-dó fmn, 
t^n 'o'Aice^f Ag éifce<<\cc te cx\nc<\m 114 n- 
éx\nU\it, 

T)Á fpfe^xvó x\r\ nx\ 56^5^1^ $0 f-áf-tjmn, ^025 
ID^m^fc^f fpéifv-rjfuinne^tt gean-Arh-Ait 'óói'o-geAi 

Cx\om c^fC^nAó fénfi ^5 cex\óc IÁ&. tmn 
1 m-Aife 'f 1 mx\ofVóx\cc ftix\if\ t>x\ff,<\ ^av r3f\éx\5n<vc 

Ó n-A rjfe^c^-f-A *oo r3éicir3 1 gCUf. Cttimi. 

X)a 6x\m^f\fx\c *Oféimfe-Aó *o^icce ciug pé^fvt^c 1 080 

t)05 rjx\óAtx\c néx\rhAó 'r\A tÁclAio, 
A c^fvn-fotc Cfx\or3x\c, A5 fex\cxvó Y 45 ft<<\oo<<vó, 

Ó r3x\c,<\f 50 méx\f Aib ^ twi-cr\oige • 
'Oe-dfrjxM'o éi5fe, x\r\ Atri^fC x\ céibe, 

^tif fxMriAMt 1 ngné 'gtif 1 soÁitróaAóc, lOSfc 

leif x\n tomf a*ó 3 gcém te<\f te 5-újf cex\t) *oon 5f é1 5 

TTUc cx\tmx\ éx\fon *oo rjÁff cU\i*óirhc 



38 Arhru\m €og<\m TUmi*o Vlí ÓúitteAbÁm. 

& peA^A oa féime, a mAmA bA géife, 

'S a f eAn^-corip aoVoa ^av\ fx\gbx\it ceitfnt, 
tíí'l 5x^5^1*0 r\Á cU\on-bex\f\c 1 *oc<\ifce 'n-A Cx\orh- 
cftic, 1040 

'S if uxMune^rh^ó f^of-gtán a Cx\iti*óeA6c ; 
'Y\a te>ACxMn A^ ptéi*óf\ex\cc, bí t^fAt) r\A 5C<\or\A, 

Ufé fne^cu^ r\A ftéibce 50 f*\rh fíoc*\6, 
'Sé ce^tg 50 hx\e*óib mé, ntr<\ir\ rje^fc^f r\A "óéit) 
fm, 
A beic fn<<\i*ómigce 1 gctéife^óc te SeA&áfl 
t>tn*óe. 1045 



\Ja rh^ifex\ó A 1ié*vo<An CAif cneAfCd x\f *Aot-Tu\t, 
1f bx\ p\rru\tt te Cx\ot-ftube a v>á bju\oi, 

C^ff^ingce x\r\ féx\tc-"óex\fCA\ib f\e*\rru\ru\ |\éit)-gU\]u\ 
Ce^t^ ka céx\*oc-c\ te U\tiu\6 fAlgexVO ; 

Af\ Arhx\fc a fcénvie ó oaúa\* 50 Cv\ot-cfoig 1050 
TVfiOff-Aige^f féim*ó *oon bÁtbín, 

A tiAinm te héife<<\6c 'f tu beAfiCA cuij\ |téltceAfiii 
Á fx\rhx\it 1 gcéin teAf 'tu\ f\\tu\ifje. 



1f cx\f\t^nn^ó béAfAC T)om -o'ffe^Atf Ati fpéif- 
bex\n, 

pof m^nm-A béx\r\ *ótuc 50 f,c\ri-óf\iiinn, 1055 

1f mé bx\n-ó-<\rwA Aongtnf, Ótunn 6*\tiru\, if lléitt 
T)tub, 

ptiAif gf AT>Air\ v\a bBif ex\nn im pÁifvCi*óe*\6c ; 
Seo ^n c-x\*ób^\r\ tug mé-fi 50 hAiftgte im AOtiAft, 

Stiocc Cx\ipt 1 nTu\or\-bfvoi*o fu\oi *\fv*o-6íof, 
A5 5^ttx\ib av\ t)é*\fvU\, *oo fe^tbtng *\ot-bj\tig 1060 

1f fe*\fu\nn 5^6 <\on ne*\6 X)Á\\ Ái|trhige-Af. 



Aiftinsí- 39 

Cúif oAttngce if tém Uom, av\ ce^n^t 'f av\ tmojv 
fm-dóc, 
Ap cUvnnxMb 1THtéifif sac Iá cím, 
T)-a ngfe^TM'ó, r>Á scé-úf^vó, x>Á sc^fc^vó, Y *°^ 

T)Cj\AOC,<VÓ, 

p*oi úti ^niA 'ó as bédruMb ^n gn^c-ptt ; 1065 
1f T>e<<\r\b gttf UAog^Uxc TMoib fe<úf5 av\ ém-1íhc, 

T)o bx\f gcofn^m 50 né^g m^f AizÁtAo^, 
1f r\Á f cAff^fi mé ^f ^on-ctif, 'r-é 'o'abAi'ó mo r>é&\\A, 

te te-Ab^it) -án ftnéifte fin, Se^gxm t)ui , óe. 

Af x.\itfif -An f céit f m, 5^n bLdTMf , *oon féitcexmn, 1070 

1f caúac bocc cx\OT)tn^c ftmc T)'f,Á5 fmn, 
1f mo *óe^f\c^ ^5 f-dof-fite^t) Laóca ciug r>é&\\A, 

50 ti-AtXAit), 'f níof b , féi*oif -A T)cjtAgxVó tmn ; 
Aiccim 50 hé^snAó a\\ Ac<dif\ r\A tiAorh n^e-At, 

go fCAipfi'ó at\ T)x\of-fc^m^tt plÁ^A T)ínn 1075 
T)o fe-df^t) A]\ j^eT)e^U\ib 'f 50 bf-Aice^m-nxx 6i|\e 

A5 Aice^ff^c céite c^f\ Se^g-án títn'úe. 



14.— cois UAoitte AttAtin siwce. 

(f onn : "SfiÁmne tflAot.") 
Coif c^oibe ÁbAnn fínce if mé Cjtác 1 n*oé, 
A5 fmtJxMneA*ó a\\ cLúom-beAf\c^ib ^n^if 4n 

Cf^OgAlt, 

Ctnji fíot ftAt-á if f^oice 'o'ftnt ^f^ 5^eT)e^t, 1080 
Ux\f Cv\oiT)e v.& t)^oi|\fe ^An fC-Ác r\Á fémi. 

^ 1 5 t^íogAn tem c<\oib-fe *oob Aitne fcéirh 

TUf fíotftng ó pfíorh-fte^ccxMb Atm if Cib ; 

t)í -a T)tA0igce téi ^f rhín-cfic 50 b^|\f ^n féif. 

1f 1 ^5 caoi ffiáf-A c-Aomce^c^ cfÁfóce -oé^f. 1085 



40 Arhjvám CogxMn tluxM*ó Vlí Súitte^báin. 

Sítim suf fí*ó-bex\n í c,df\U\ 1 ^cém, 
Af mncmn mo tfnttce cx\f\ các 50 téif, 
t3io'ó5^im te tíon-f\ic, noc T>'fÁ<s mé 1 bpém, 
5><\n bf\íg x\f\ bic im boitt-f e 50 zÁm&ó L45 Cf\éic. 

StntuMmm te n-mnrmc guf n^ji x\n fcéAt 1090 

1Dé cU\oi*ócex\n te mnx\oi a\\ bic 5^n -p.ác 11 Á b^ogAt, 
Ann fxMn tíonxMtn *oo óf\oi*óe-rhifnig Á^\x>, if éigim 
^P bf\íg*oe<\c x\n x\oit-cneif, bx\ bfieÁgtd fcéitn 

Innrmc te *oíogfUMf ^&n pt,Áf n^ bféi^, 

Af\ b'í atí g<<Mtcex\nn Ctío*ón*\ í, nó Áme féirh, 1095 

Aoibitt bxMn-jMOgxMi ón ,Áf\*o-Cfu\i5 Léit, 

tló ftíob c^Mtce An coirhe*\f Ca\ij\ cug Á\\ t\Á Uf *\e ? 

tló Aoife te *ofu\oi*óex\cc cuij\ 1 mtxán-ójiut éAn, 
Aft tmn-ff\uc n^ tTLAoite, a c*Mf\*oe ^aoI, 
tló av\ rhm-tru\ifex\c rhíonU\ f*\oí c^\j\, mo léAti, 1100 
TVfúig p|\íorh-fteA\óCA.\ 5AoipiiLu\ju\ tS\l if Céin? 

tló xMi x\oit-óf\ucAC míonU\ C115 *áj\ n<\ U\oc 

1 fíog-bfug nA Cfu\oibe, cpéf f*.\5*.vó f doti 

5-úc míof-cufuvó if mítexvú *oob Á]\yA céitn, 

t,e fíof-t^nnxMb tl^oife if A bfu\icj\ib cléib. 1105 

1f bmn T) , f:|\ex\5Aif fí TUMn *o*\ fu\*ó ní n<\on 
*Oon bui*óm fm T)o tru\oi*óif mé ^\cc f.\iu\c fcjuu\ 
AcÁ im *óíbi|\ceA\ó coimigcex\c te fpáf 5>c\n f\éim, 
'S 5Uf b'í m'x\mm *oíUf *otnc gjvámne 1ÍU\ot. 

'Co bíof-f<\ f^\ rhíf-óion 1 mbU\c mo fu\og<\it, 1110 
1 bfíof\-gfuvox\m "fiogfuvó 'f 1 bf^\bv\f jtétcf, 
tló 5tif tíonx\*Ox\f\ goitt-fleAócA 1 n-.c\icf\e*\b 5*\e*óe<\t, 
X)'f Ú15 *oíc-Cf\e<\cc-c\ a *ocíoj\c*\ 'guf c\f\tuvó a Iaoc. 



Aiftin^í. 41 

1TUoi , óce<áf\ 1 t^oi*ó-fC^fCxMb X)Ár\ te héisf', 
gtif innfe^*o-A|\ r>\\Ao\te if fime T)f\é4cc, 1115 

50 ttfittfexvó a\\ Scíot),Af\c 50 ftÁwzpeAO Cém, 
> , fíof\-fCx\ipe,<vú x\n t)-doifife T)o j\^f n^x ng^cúeAt. 

TH fíom^vú TMoib te fífmne jvá'ó-Aim if téignri, 
guf T>íofc<vó mo titn'óe^n óx\cx\ 1 gcxMt 'f 1 gcéim, 
Stiocc trnttce via h^ome noó "o^f-dg mé f<\on, 1120 
1f T>oóíT"?ocfx\iT> x\n gníom fx\m f é IÁ r\A flAom. 

Y\Vl c<\oiT>e X)Á tíoncAóc n,<5fccfvágAnn s^n bfiAon, 
1f 5^0 fíof\-fcoif\m coimijte^ó, bíonn Cf\ác %An 5-áoc, 
X)Á mnfmc te T)íogfu\if T>on cáf\-fpf\oc cté, 
T)^-doi|\ > oe^n50itt-ptiimp 50 mbéi'ó ctát , nA , úéit).1125 

AcÁ t<\oife<\c x\fi cx\oiT>e Y if *oÁriA a béim, 
'S An c-1mpf\e r>Á coirhT)ex\cc 'f <<\n Sp^mne^c Cf\éx\n, 
ílí fCfíocf-Ai-o t)on fCfíob fx\m 50 bf^pMT) fx\of\ 
TD^oiffeAcc Cfí fíog^ccA ^5 Sf^vó mo ctéit>. 

An ce^n^At. 
1T)o tfiíte Cf\e<\ó, oa cne<\fc<\ ^n fCfíAp^c í, 1130 
X)o tM fí 1 t>pvo Ag /dfc ^5 HiaU Y 45 11-<\oif, 
T)o rjí fí fe<\t ^5 fte^t) n^ mtDfMn^c nsforóe, 
1f oa mín a cne<\f, guf c^c aw c-ix\fx\cc í. 



15.— unÁt is tné cois teASA. 

Ufu\t if mé coif te<\f-<\, 

50 zlÁt A£ -oé-An^m m^ccnxMm 1135 

Af\ Áp r\A T>Cf\é<\n t>o b'fe-Afifiá. 
Af\ CL<\f\ tui|\c fti,<M|\ f\éim, 



42 Arhfváin Bog^m tlti^i*ó Uí éúitteAróÁin. 

6ogx\n mófv r\A rjptxMC, 

1f Conn n,A 5CéAT>c<\ cac, 

X)a ftti^grh^ crvé^n ixvo fex\t, 1140 

X)Á nx\rhxMT) n^fi f u^on ; 
go bftnt x\ ngé^A x\noif r>Á 5Cfu\pA*ó 
5^n fóg, 5-An riéim, 5^n x\icex\f, 
5^n fpóf\c 5-dn tuxvó mx\f\ óteAóuAt) 

SAfv-fCOt via U\oó ; 1145 

A n*oúc<<MfJe 'f x\ n-A\otrjfung CvMlce 
A5 crvón-ptnc if ^ 5ce^tU\, 
1p Af 5CAif\*oe 5^\oit tká fCx\ipev\x), 

1f T)-Á gcÁbtvAt) £,Aó U\e. 

1f x\f mbeic *o<\m cj\éic Lag Ain*oev\f, 1150 

A5 Cx\01 tUA t1T)év\fv 50 ffx\|V\Ó, 

Sínce p-Aon f\<\oi ofn^\it)v\irj 

1f me cruMTjce x\$ Ati f*\og*\t, 
^ T)o cex\f ntng c*\orj tiom xMtmifv 

ttlo'óx\mfx\c, nÁi|\ex\ó, tfu\ifev\ó, 1155 

X)a fmiATj-gtv\n, 5f\éme, c<\itce, 

1f T)orJ , ^itne *\r\ tnc fcéirh. 

t)í x\ tlÓf-fOtC CÍOfvCA CAfCA, 

go crvittfex\ó, T)U\oigce-<\ó, TK\icce, 

50 toúcU\ó, péx\r\U\ó, fA\rjv\, 1160 

A5 f^f téi 50 pév\|\, 
50 ffínfeAó, név\rhfw\é *oU\fjv\c, 
go pMnne-Aó, cÁbU\ó, Cfw\Cv\c, 
50 *ouaU\ó T)r\éimr\e<v\c 5fev\ntiCv\, 

A5 rj^Án-cneif m\ 5C|\v\orj. 1165 

pMffuigim fcéAt *oon Ainnip 

C^\om, tx\if, cfvéice-<.\c, ó*\itce, 

An cti 1úno óAorh no p^ttof 

Í1ó Déntif 5^\n fmól, 



Aiftmgí. 43 

T)o ptéi'ó av\ xz-Ál fx\oi rh-Aifg, 1170 

TVfé^óxMnc xMtne & pe^ffAn, 
tló t)Lácn*MC niArhfiAó ó^itce 

Ú115 -áfv-gom a^ ftógxMb ? 
tló CAfAnx)\\A *oo f\éit>fexvó cexMm^, 
tló *Ohmia n-A nT)éi*ó 'f ^ n jvp-Aó, 1175 

11o íléten rftAopt)A rh^Mfe^c, 

TVfMúiS Ufv^e coif f^\oi bfón. 
Cé^fnxMC óAom frmn' inuiite^n /itj; ^"^U^M 
Cé<vo-cuf fíof >Af ffotxMb, 
íló av\ bé téf ctAoi'óe^'ó ct^nn thfmg 1180 

1f nx\ t^oc/fxM-óe 5^n cr\eoifv ? *<2, 

1f c-áom Y 1 f c^orh ^n ffioc^t 
T)o óxm ^n Cfró-bexMi rhioc^if, 
tlí h-Aon tné if fíof t>á *oci5if, 

Acc éife 5^n 50, 1185 

AcA 5-dn géitt ^aw uf\jrAim, 
1 n*oixM*ó x\a Ldoc zá ctnffe^ó, 
X)a bfón^c T>é^fvCAó imcig, 

1f oa gníorh^c 1 ngteo. 
Acc 50 bfuit mo fúit 50 'oaocpM'ó 1190 

Cu^mn c-Af CfvéxMi-rhuifv foif\e<Min 
T)o 'óibfveoc^i'ó 5^n ftnfe^c 

Tía méifvtig cxxfv cumn ; 
1f 50 mbéit) mo ctann g^n cuiff e, 
AzÁ xmoif f-Á e-AfbxMt), ]]95 

go féxMirhxMi fÁrh if 50 futcrhxMi 

50 t^ 'oeifvi'ó xxn cf^og^Mt. 

tTl^f cú-f^ avi fpéifv-be.4n rhioc^Mf, 
"^eAt-ótúiT) riA U\oc g^n ceirhe<At, 
'Sxmi ófvíoc fo éibifv omig 1200 

/dicfif cfvtunn -An f cé^t : 



44 Arhftáin Cog^m tluxM"ó tH Súittex\b<Áin. 

Cá n^Ab^nn x\n Uéicf 'f a bpuife*\nn 

íl^ uíge^nn x\g féx\b,<\t) bfuiT)e, 

1f "otigexvó n^ méifAte^c A bfife^vó, 

1f *oo 'úíbifc 5^n Cf eoif ? 1205 

At)ub^i|ic x\n fpéi|A-be^n c^ilce, 
JZÁ avi C{\úp Cx\f cumn A5 CAifce-At, 
go Uonrh^f, bui*óex\nrh.Af, ne^fcrh-Af, 

Cutn coirhex\fCx\if if $teo ; 
'S if 5e^ff\ av\ rhoilt 50 mbéit) fc.Aipe<vó 1210 
A\\ ftiocc t,úiceif cU\on if C*\itbm, 
1 bfe^f^\nn ctoroim X)Á ■ocpe-AfC-difC, 

1f n*\ t-Aoifig 1 gcofóin. 










II. — ArhfiAin 1 5coirmit) tiA tt-AUrhtijtAó. 



16.— ua ctunvócAti &r seomse. 

(f onn : "Lee Side of Moggy.") 

O CftiAVóc^n x\f Seoiffe, 

Cio*ó móf x\ ne^fc ^f pMfge, 1215 

tlí féi'ófi'ó éife d gnó *óó, 

A ftóigce ciot) Cféxm, 
U-a x\n c-1mpfe 50 fóff^rhxMt 

'tl-A corh^if, if fvinnce ^axía aca, 
£tii5fi'ó é 50 fvó-Us 1220 

'S a corh^ifte 50 Cféit. 
Pfxmnadig, Spimmg 1 mfc AcAm, 

5-An f^b^f, g^n X)áyo, ^aw CxMfe *óó, 
Ctnffi*ó fm ax\ fógxMfe tntc 

Ón gcofóm ^5 fit te gteo cUM'óirh. 1225 

Counc 'o^efc^mg if n^rh^iT) *oó, 

1f é 1 t)f^rj^f te Cofmx\c ; 
TViomptng RtiffiA Lárh téif, 

1f ní gf^fxMt) é 50 fi-é^5 ; 
UiocfAit) lomxvo 5^fT)Aige 1230 

*OÁnx\ ifce-Aó 50 Sacx>avia, 
1f CU1ff1T> Off-A aw b^ife 

t,e 5f<áf,4 ttlic *Oé. 



46 Amjváin 6og^tn Ru*Mt) tlí SúittexModm. 

ílí fAttfx\cc pL<Mf T)om me^b^Mf te f.át) 

50 tnbéit) cx\mp*Mt)e hÁnA 1 n-Atb,<Mn 1235 

go T)cjv<\ocfAit) fmn 5^0 ftnéifte x\n óuitt 
Ciot) Cfé^n x\ T)Cfunp Y ^ bfój\|v\it)e. 

fcéAtcA mAice nu&VA a^ ]\\t 
1 gcóisexVóxMb nA t)^nb^, 

go bfmt 5-ac Aon Y^ n Bojunp 1240 

'S & bfóffxMt)e 50 C|\é^n 
A5 CAbxMfc i^íifiACCxMúe fé Seói|\fO 

'S a feótcx\ 1 mtng &\\ f-Aifge, 
T),á méiT) ^ nex*fc 'f x\ t)óú<\f, 

X)Á ftógcxMb if b^ogAt ; 1245 

t)éit) jaío-jvá aca Cjté Whitehall, 

1 gCfíoóxMb p^it 'f 1 n-Atb*\in, 
Uf^ocfxMT) cfúip Ati OéAftlA f 111511 

5i'oe>A , ó bé^t)Am 'tiáji ^comnunje. £<rc*<* 

1f f^*o^ A5 peitedrii 5 A01>ul1 boióc /f 1250 

Ue cfíoónug-át) 5v\óv\ ca-iui^aijioacc, 
'S if 5Aiffi*o fe-<\fCA Ati rhoitt 50 mbéiti 

5^6 nít) x\f a T)coit péin ; 
5^ó x\ttmujvdc coimigce^vó 

"CÁ v\a fuit)e 1 mbfog^Mb tX\nb<\ 1255 

t)éit) fCAipeAt) offx\ cimóe^tt 

1f T)íbifC 1 5Cém. 
5^ó teotfiAn 5f\oit)e -o'ftnt Gog.\m if Ctnnn, 

t)A ó|\ót)x\ ^níotfi 1 5CAUA cntuc, 

1 5Cfíoó-áib Ctii|\c A finnfe,\j\ fin, 1260 
WiÁ ftn'ói'o 1 £q\oic ní_ T)óié X)ój Xx^ 

go 5ctoiffeAm-nA niAji fcé*\U\, 

1f ru\f bféAg fin te n-Aicj\if, 
"5u|\ ne.v\]\ctnv\|\ ce^cc Invasion 

IpÁ fctéip 50 ponn-c^Áig : 1265 



ArhfuMn 1 gcoinmb via n-Attrhuru\c. 47 

1 n-AtbxMn 1 n-éifvmn 

1 n-émpe^cc 'f 1 S^cf^n^, 
'S n^ T>|\A5Am rm *oo cfvém-ftiocc 

lthtéfif ón Sp^mn ; 
A5 cxxbAifc fvtMc^fv xSf\*o x\|\ ftu^igce n^triAt), 1270 

1f CtlxMIC-d Cfu\gA -Afv tAfAX) ACA, 
^AV\ féxXCxMnC ACA T)0 rheif\tig, 

ACC X)Á T)Cfu\OCxyÚ Y T)Á T>Cx\bxMfvC flOf. 

"Cá Pfionnf^ n-A Cofvóme^c, 

te fceotc^ m-Af *oo hmnfce^ 1275 

1 n*oóc^f c|\í fíog^cc-A 

'S gtn'oro teif bttxMfj f ém ; 
Congn^rh n<<\c me<<\t)ónx\c 

X)o geob-iMt) fé 'f<m 1mpifvex\cc, 
1f f óf\fx\ ce^f c tx\oifig 1280 

H-Áfv fCfíoc ^fv ^on céim ; 
UiocpAit) ftu^igce f^fC-A xxntiAf ón Sp^mn 

50 htixMbfveAC X)ÁnA T>fu\5<\ncA ; 
CifvteAó, bfvifeAt), fvé^bxvó foitig 

"Oé^npMT) ^if\ *\n 5Cfvón-btiit)m. 1285 



17.—A pile cmu gém. 

(AtritiÁn 1 n-^gAit) n^ n-x\ttrhtmAC.) 
A pte cifc géifv t>o téige-Af n& fexMi-úgTMifi, 
1f zaqa *oo fvérúe,df 5AÓ T)AOfv-ceifc T)oóx\rhAt-dc, 
Aicfif-fe fém 50 téifi, 50 bx\fx\rhAU\c, 
An ipAX)A béiT) 5^ e "° 1 ^ f^ gé^f-f m^cc ^ttrhtíf ac ? 
ílí ru\c^ifvex\cc bfvéx\5 r\Á féx\óx\mc f ex\n-úgTu\f\, 1290 
tlÁ c^ifce^t 5AÓ U\oc me^f, éAT>Cf\om, ff<<\f-túcrhx\f\, 
Do fCxMpfeAf ,Af 6ifinn Cttge ^ttrhttfAig, 
Acc fe^fcx\ ttlic T)é if é tká 5ce^fvC-rhúc^*ó. 



48 ArhriÁin 6og<\m ftuxMfj ttf Súitte^rjÁin. 

Gibson, Brown, Townsend, Gill, Tonson if Gore, 
Dickson, Nowls, Boulton if Buttons if Bowen, 1295 
Kickson, Southwell, Moulton, Miller if Dore, 
gtx^f if goD^nn if tom a\\ a mxMfeAnn X)Á bpóf. 

Southwell, Steelman, Stephens, Stanner if Swain, 
Parnell, Fleetwood, Reeves, if Shutman if Lane, 
5-ac Cf\oc<<Mf\e coirhi§ce<<\c, cu\rv-mirj, ceann^n, r>Á 
rjprvéirh, 1300 

Urve-áfC-AfvCA cLaoi'óce fínce 1 5C-<Mfmi]\c iu\ bpité^f. 

Lysight, Leader, Clavton, Compton if Coote, 
Ivers, Deamer, Bateman, Bagwell if Brooks, 
Ryder, Taylor, Manor, Marrock if Moore, 
1f 50 rjpMceAm-na C]u\ocCa.\ ^5 cr\éin-ftiocc C^ifit 
n^ búif. 1305 

Upton, Evans, Bevins, Basset if Blair, 
Burton, Beecher, Wheeler, Farran if Fair, 
Turner, Fielding, Reeves, if Wallis if Dean, 
Cromwell 'f a tnn'úe-An fxMn fCAoite«vó if fCAipe-At) 

A\\ A *OCfvél*0. 

A Íof-A, a X)]A x\oibmn, if a Ac.mji *mi tk\m, 1310 
T)o óí"óex\nn finn 1 5CinVj|\e.\cc 'f 1 gce^ng-At 50 

cjumi'ó — 
A tlíg néirhe "oíoncA, ffe^^if mo t)iu\n, 
Sc-Aoit A^uf T)íbif An gjuMcin feo u-Ainn. 





III. — ArhjiAin ttAineAf te n-A toeAíAit) 
pém. 



18.— a éigse ^n aiuis. 

(•oo teAnb ca£>xmica t>o cus be<An ctuse.) 

A éigpe ^n Aicif ó ÓAifeAt 50 T)omn, 

1f 5^c n-Aon T)on Aicme *oá|\ T)AnAiT) mo fóf\c, 1315 

éifci*ó fe^fCA tem ceA^AfC te meon, 

1f féAó m^f cAfxVó ^n AmT)eife im cj\eo ! 

Seó nó, a coit, r\Á goit 50 fóitt, 

Seó hó, a coit, nÁ goit ^on T)eof, 

Seó hó, a temb a cum^inn 'f a fcóif, 1320 

Acá A5 fite^vó n^ fút if t>o com s^n tón. 

Aj\ *ocúif ntiAif conn^c ^n finne-be^n 05, 
A fúit X)A gtxMfe if t)í tvnfne 'n^ fncró, 
níoj\ •úiútctng mife nuAif\ *óf\ui*oeAf 'n-A' Cf\eo, 
1f mo curhxvó níof ctnge^f ^n cuiffe tM forh-Am. 1325 
Seó hó, & coit, -jc. 

A fúit cum coifmifc ctifce 50 teof\, 

Cúit-fionn T)'imiffeA.\t) cttnce n^ tVpóT), 

1f í T)'fúi5 mife fÁ iomx\f\CA tofóm, 

A5 tuAfCAó temb if é a§ fitexvó n^ n*oeof\. 1330 

Seó hó, A coit, -jc. 

c 



50 Arhf^m 6ogx\m HtixM*ó VH Súitlex\D^in. 

CfCcVO A *Óéc\np\T) fe^\fCx\ te TKAtCx\ } qt> fój\c, 

'g^n bfiáon im b,c\ttxMb nxÁ be^c^ D05 fog,c\rruMt, 
6ifC, mo te^nb, if 5-án •oe^tnA'o geob,c\if — 
U-Á sfiéicfie mxMce A-^Am be^fctngce 1*0 cotruMf. ]335 
Seó hó, a coit, -]c. 

T)o geobxMf 5-An •oe^mA'o c^Mfce 5^6 f 001*0 
T)o bí as *oo fmnfe^f fíog*óx\ foiru\c, 
1 n6ifmn i,c\c-gLc\f t)fu\m if 6og^\m, 
X)a minic te mi^n tk\ }\u\\\ *oo fófc. 1340 

Seó hó, a coit, *]c. 

T)0 geobxMf <c\f *OCÚ1f Atl C-tlt),\tt 1*0 "001*0 

T)o bí a^ av\ *ocfiúf pá ctt'nTj 1*0 cotruMf, 
1oU\f ftéibe c-Aot-cfinc óeoit 

1f fe^b^c v\a feit^e ó Sceitg iu\ feot. 1345 

Seó hó, a coit, -]c. 

T)o geobxMf ^n c-c\ot-e*\c é*\*ocfom 05, 
T)o geob^Mf An ffu\n 'f av\ T>u\tL\ic óif, 
T)o geobcMf ctoi , óe*Mfi fotAif Ati T)Of\n-cúit óif, 
T)o bi x\5 t)|\u\n ^5 ptAji iu\ ftóg. 1350 

Seó hó, a coit, -]C. 

T)o geóbxMf fte*\g Aicitt 1x6 cu\ttru\ 1 n^teo, 
1f Cfx\oifex\c pnn 5<c\n moitt 1*0 T)óitj, 
éi*oe Con-cMtt *oob tifjM te Cfeon, 
'S av\ f.cic\c bí Ag 1U\oif 1 ^CfAOib riA ftóg. 1355 
Seó hó, a coit, -]c. 

T)o geobxMf, x\ teinb, *oom ctngfmc, tn^f feoi*o 
An c-ex\ó Cc\ot *oonn bí x\g Conn , f^£LJ2-£ 1 -' eo > 
'S av\ bogxvó bí ^5 llltifcuvó Ati ufó-cMf móif 
1 5C-AC CttuAm U-cMfb a^ Cj\e,c\fCcMfc nx\ -ocfeon. 1360 
Seó hó, a coit, -]C. 



Arhfváin V)AmeAv te n-A t)eAc^ro péw. 51 

T)o geóDxM|\ cuUmc pnn tM tíotfic^ 1 n^teo, 
'S av, ^a bí ^5 ^OuAfuruM-o Cfii-At via *ocf\eon, 
Ct05x.ro cujvac-a OfCAifi móifv, 

Afi pMtce n,\ pémne cfw\oc in^c Uf\eom. 1365 

Seó hó, a coit, -|c. 

T)o geob^Mt) cú tong te fcunrv ré feot, 
1f coftn ^Um cúmtá cúmne^c óif, 
Cf\uic Of\peif ré céxVOxMb ceoit, 

T)o fpfie^rA-ó n^ béice i-o t)éró g^n ftnót. 1370 
Seó hó, a coit, -jc. 

T)o geob^Mt) cú nró n,Áf\ rh<<\oit)e^f of\c fóf, 
An mib-bru\c ionnx\Uvó T)unU\m_5; 05, 
T)o ceite^t) x\ gntnr 1 gcum^ngrv^c ftóg, 
'Sé x*s fíor\-cufi U\oc 50 p^on *oá T)Cf\eoifv. 1375- 
Seó hó, a coit, -|c. 

T)o geob^Mft xmi fc*\f bí ^5 p^n 'via *oóip, 
'S x\n cfU\c. bí 45 THAOif gníot) *oíon T)ó if cr\eoif\, 
1f cféicfie mex\U\ tm fc^xvó fx\oro cotti^if, 
1 5COf\nAib fiíog'ó^ fíof cutn fcóif. 1380 

Seó hó, a coit, -]c. 

T)o geob^Mf, ^ temb, *oom ctn^fmc, rrurv feoiT) 
An 5-a cti5 Aonguf Cfé^n x\a 'óóiT) 
T)o triAC 6-Attn-A tlí T)uibne r>Á *óíon x\fv cóif 
Hfl^ft X)A trimic av\ £u\nn 50 *oiAn 'via 'úeoro. 1385 
Seó hó, a coit, -jc. 

T)o geobdif 1 nx\ fOc^Mf fm tomruvó av\ óift 
Ú«5 1^fon Cfvé^n *oon 5l lél 5 ^F oófvo,. 
'S an c-e^c odot cuc^tg me^f cumxMMc 05, 
T)o bí A5 Com CuU\inn, cexMin uf\fu\rú nx\ _ ftóg. 1390 
Seó hó, a coit, -]c. 



52 Arhfiám 6og^in tlu^it) tlí Súitte^txám. 

T)o geotx<Mr\, a temt), m^r\ tuitte^t) ce^r\c teo, 
An 5-a tug Aoipe pém T>on teorh^n, 
te n-x\fi cxMttexVfj pe^rvoiA'ó tM T)1xmi 1 r^teo, 
1f ConUxoc ux\fAt, u^ibfveAc, 05. 1395 

Seó hó, d toit, -jc. 

X)o geotx<Mf av\ cor\n nár\ rj'fotArh m-Ari feoi*o, 
T)o geotuMfv at\ A'ó^rvc if 5<<ycu\ri cum fpóifvc, 
T)o tM ^5 gfviiAgAó T)ún4 An Óif, 
Cé 5tif -oocm^ teif fiú*o a *oc>dtuMrvc *oot> fófvc. 1400 
Seó hó, a toit, "jc. 

X)o geobxMf, T>A]\ tiom-fd, cúirvc 5*\n pmót, 
pMfvfmg, fvéit)-gUMi, AOlriiAft, cóifi, 

1f nx\ pe^jUMnn fin íl-^oife cum cigif 1*0 nótu\cc, 
Cé CA\lleAt> le fe<\tt 'f^ 11 Cv\riu\m an leotfu\n. 1405 
Seó hó, 4 fcoit, *jc. 

T)o geotMit) cú, a lemrj, *oom fctnsfinc, mAf fcófv, 
Ó rh^c AifC riuc Cumn míle ion$.v\ 6if ; 
*Oo georó<Mf te fonn leif c<\t'u\rvt\\f 6og<\m, 
1f míoff 5-An -oobc ó Conn Cug >;l<'<">. 1410 

Seó hó, A coil, -]c. 

T)o geotuMf, ^\ teinO, -oom ótngfinc, níof mó 
tl^fi ge^tt^f fém 50 léifi *otnc póf : 
SxMt)rjfve^f pmn oa tíonrh^rv flóg, 
tf t)ru\n r>Á *óíon te fcím fÁt) óotiuMf. 1415 

Seó hó, x\TToít7 "fc. 

X)o georj^it) cú nró tu\fv tfu\oit)eÁ.\f ofc póf, 
gtome *oo'n fíon tM bfvíogtru\j\, fóg<\nu\il, 
Do tAffvvMnge^t) llébe, an péitce-Ann 05. 
Cum lupicerv fvéicf tu\ troéice A]\ bórv*o. 1420 

Seó hó, a toil, -|c. 



ArhjvÁin bame^f te vi-a X)eAtA\t> £ém. 53 

T)o geob-ai'ó cú níg-be^n óx\om, cxMf, rft'Có-AttiAit, 
'tl^ mt>éi*ó t-Af^t) 'na ^n^ot cpí tí tn^p póf, 
^ fxMti-Ait T)o rhn^oi ^5 m^c ppím Xfi ap bójvo, 
Ap fxMcce v\a UfAoi óuip mítce ^|\ peot). 1425 

Seó tió, -a coit, -|c. 

go geobxMf f^itt tMim píon ip beoif, 

1p éAVAó 'via n-xMce X)A rhxMpe t>o*o pópc ; 

Aóc ó cím *oo buime cúg^m j ^av\ 1^*° 

tlí je-AttpxVo u^im *ouic T)UxMp n-Á peoT>. 1430 

Seó tic, a coit. n<á 501! 50 póitt, 
Seó tió, -a coit, r\Á -goit Aon T)eop, 
Seó tió, .4 temb <a cumxMnn 'p ^ P^óip, 
Ac^ ^5 pitexvó n-A pút if t)o com -g^n tón. 



19.— & séAtnAis, T)éAti t)Atn. 

(Óum ^AOAnn A5 iAftfiAi"ó aiji jiÁn -oo -óéAnArh -oó.) 

A Sé-Am-Aip , *oé-dn *o^m pémit) -dfm wa bp ót> : 1435 
Sciuippe gté-dfC-A •óéxxnf^f sp-dpxVó 'gup porh^p, 
Scunp gtx\n éxvocpom 1 bp^obx\p 1 x>ZAtAC 'p 1 gcóip 
ÍIaccúc^c gnéif t)é^f né-AC-AC^ff Aingce 1 5ctó"ó. 

t sctó'ú av\ ^MfgiT) bícó c^ffxMngce ^av\ pMn buitte 

-Ap bic, 
Scóip ipAX)A a\c\ if te^bxMfe^cc 'wa tiiAff^ccxMt 5 ), 1440 
Sójvo fUMce bío*ó te-ACtngce ^f a |\iAgxMt-ciurh^p4tt>, 
'S tf fó-cxMcnexMti^c av\ c-^fm tiom f^oi "úíopmxMb 

A ciurhAf^ m^ cíge<mn n^ bíot) ojaca pctutb n,á puic, 
1f feicim .a cíge^t fte^m^m ptím 1 bpuipm ak cfuic, 
Stige xmi rhxMT)e bío*ú mnci g^n puige^tt v\a uip- 
e-AfbxM'ó a^ bic, 1445 

1f r\)A\\ X>Ap \\a a\\ -^ac r\w bíoí) p \ 1 mbmne^p ^n ctui^. 



54 Amru\in eog.Ain ftux\it) VH Súitle^txáin. 



20.— A ÓAttA mo Ctélt). 

(Ótitn SéAtriAif ttlic geAfiAitr &■$ i^jijiai-ó <mji rriAi-oe t>o cuji 
'nA jtÁin.) 

& cx\fu\ tno ctéitj, 'f -a SéAmaif gtieannm-Aif gt\Á"ó^ig, 
^O'puit 5ex\ru\tc<\i§, Sféigig, é<AóCAi£, Aifm-nific pÁVb t 
1TI<<\iT)e gtAn, f\éiT), 1 ngLéAf bíot) Agac t)om ru\m, 
1f m^t\ tjx\r\ru\ x\f An pctéip cuif téi 50 5j\e.\nnc<\ 
tu\cÁn. 1450 

m'xx-pm-fxx 1 ngté^f c.\t\ éif 50 gfte-AnncA 6 cá, 

1n ó cofx\c mo f<AO§4iL 1 Léige*\nn mo t-AfC-f-A ru\i\ 

X)Át>AT), 

tlí fcxvop-cvo 50 *oc(uvo im péim •0011 §<AiLLitíi tem 

fiÁm, ■ — 

tTUf A nseotuvo 5AÓ U\e mo ru\ot if bfe-ACfWfc 
mx\r\ pÁg. 

1x\r\ 5Cx\icex\m ^\n U\e má'f ct\éic nó ctnj\pe<\c mo 

cnÁrhx\, 1455 

1f 50 n-Abju\nn x\n iru\or\ iu\c éA.\óCv\c mu\cpumn Afi 
ru\m, 

LAbAr\fx\T) fém 50 fénfi <\j\ Ov\cctu\ an Vu\ip, 

tló *\f\ ó-ACAib n*\ ngpéig ^v\n Ct\^e *o ' p ú 1 5 pU\cu\ 50 
cUmc. 

Af\ Sxxmpon An tAOóaif ■oéanpA'o U\tu\ir\c 1 -ocjmc, 
1f a\|\ AU\f cpom ctulum b*\ ófiAOf cum fe*\|u\im te 
nÁmuMT), 1460 

A|\ óeAnn-Af r\A SAefe^f n-e-Aóc-Aó, Aif\m-ninc, pÁvó, 
tlo A]\ AiciLL, ^n U\oc, ■o'púig céxvocá m-Afti ']u\n 

pÁ1|\C 



Arhftám b^me^f te n-A X)eAtA^t> £éin. 55 

1f coiffóexmn ttlic Ufém 'f^ n fémn óum e^fbxMt) 

'guf ^lii, 
1f x\f imce^ccxMb T)éi|YOf\e 1 fcéirh 'f 1 bpe^ff^m 

te bUvoxM}\e*\cc ótaon 'n^ ■oéi'ó fm CAnpvo t>ó 

*o^n — 1465 

Sm ^AC-f A, a SéxMri-Aif , fé m^fv óxMtf e.<vo-fx\ ^n IÁ. 

)a\\ gc-Aite-Arh >An tx\e X)Á féif fm s^bAT) mo p^g, 
'S 1 mbfott^c mo téme -oé^n a óe^n^^t te cniib ; 
T)on b-Aite a\\ mo cóacc béit) mé -Af me^ntn^m ^ifvo, 
'S ní fCAipfe-AX) i n-x\on-cof fi^ot 50 t>c^5^T) it) 
•ó^it. 1470 

ttl^ji if f e^f cú m^ri mé t>o cé^\f avi f e^n^-c^fc LÁ, 
ítAó^m ^jvAon fé fctéip 50 c^bxMfne av\ fc<MT>, 
1f |AAt)^ifne^c gt-AO'óf^m éit if T>ridmAnn«A a\\ c\,á\\, 
1f CAif ce ní "óé^nf a*o f ém 'o'xxon te^c-pigmn T)om pÁ^. 



21.— a $Ait3ne CtAiR póDtA, mo córhAttite 

AtlOtS > OéAttA1 > Ó. 

(T)o 3ADAinti "oo bfionn fiÁn Aift-) 
& g^ibne CLdif 1póX)lA, mo cóm^if te Anoif x>eAriA\X) 1475 
5^n T>ut 1 gcomóf c^f te teóm^n n^ f éite ; 
Zá f^fj^inx ttiAit c^f meón ^i^e 1 ^cóif 50 \\ 15-gté^f za, 
lf óf cionn wa limneón^ if fó-bfe^g í a éif\im, 
tló Ai(\ pjváfáit An ce^tUMg if T)e^f é g^n X)aX)Z, 
fló a\\ clÁ\\ t)i"óif 50 5fe-Annc^ ^5 ctif ft^cc^ a\\ 
$aó X)All, 1480 

1f ceÁf x)Ait>e s^n e^f b^i*ó é mo pf e^b^if e $aX)a, 
1f túcríMri me^f gté^fca é ctim óf\T> bmn T)o 

pté^fCAt), 
Uá mncte^cc c^f meón A^e if eóU\f x* óéifvoe. 



n*K* 



d6 ArhfUAm eog,c\m Utic\ró tlí Súitte<c\b-c\in. 

1f é gníof c\f T>cttif 5^c bx\tt úftcMf *oo tticc f,c\ot,c\ifv, 

1t)ij\ te^b-A ftnc, ac\ttc-c\f\ T)uccn 5^ 1 ™ nó "S&et*- 

ex\Lc\ó, 1485 

Cótf u^fji^m^te x\f Cfe.<\bc\ cntnc if te,c\b<\f-fcoc m\ 

ctéite, 
gc\c m-Ámte>A'o te fogttnm if ftc\bj\c\ av\ cftnfbéc\fu\ ; 
T)éx\nc\nn fé f\mn t>o fiof\-fcot 5c\n óc\im, 
T)on ótntec\nn cfucvó-ftnt)ce 'f é tíorhtc\ ótim bc\m 
An Cfttic\f,cVO, c\n píce, if gc\n c\rhf c\f c\n ftec\gc\n, 1490 
Káca c\n 5^irvneófvA, tíogcm f\ó-t)e*\f nc\ fc\oju\, 
An Cf\om^n *oon coj\nóif\, 'f at\ btlteós T)on óx\oU\c. 

1f cec\f\T)c\iT)e fvó-néc\Cc\ é, if T)émec\nn fé cfuít) rje.\f 
T)o ntmcéif av\ fic\fu\ig nó t)0 *óu\n-e<\ó c\n ótíf\fu\, 
Sptnf gfec\nncc\ 'gtif bé^U'MÓ T)o fj\u\nc*\ 'f n-ó 
btictc\it)e, 1495 

An fciofóip T)on t>u\IU\ic, x\n T)tibc\n u\fc<\ó 'f av 
Cf\iúmpc\ ; 
T)éc\nc\nn fé av\ j\incti, an tim-5 'f x\n compc\f, 
An ctub, nc\ mif\f\éif\í, if béc\rru\ tu\ me*\Tu\, 
Anadife~^fig~^bT^tiin5; if *oo Vuvo, 
An f ec\f\fc\T> *oon cúf\tu\, c\n fC|\eti-pm, 'f an c<\f\T)c\, 1500 
An méc\f\c\Cc\n T)o'n cc\ittuir\, at\ cpof tij\ 'f *\n cpu\tc\T). 

1f ctifce é mo teórruAn ótim gtmn-Ai'óe *oo -óéc\n*\m, 
piofCcMt if tec\b^\f-ótc\i*óim if bótcc\ifje *oo géibmn, 
Hc\ fprvmgionn^ cóifcróe if tic\ f\ótc\iT)e t>o gtéc\f,<vó, 
An fcu\n géc\f\, av\ cuc Uorhtc\, an fóifcm 'f ad 
Cc\ot-biOf\; 1505 

T)éc\nc\nn fé c\n Cc\tc\bv\f\, ><\n fpeAt 'f at\ coj\fu\n, 
tlc\pc\f\c\i , óe fc\TM ótnn Cf\e.\fCc\f\tc\ tu\riu\i*o, 
• \c\fúif\i*óe 5j\e<\nnc<\ ctitn x\caon x\f UÁirh, 
An Cc\fu\óc\if\ 'f c\n clev\bex\|\ 'p <c\n c-i-A^nn *oon pU\tut, 
Cc\ifOt nc\ tíoncc\ if n-c\ cíof\c\ cómc\tcd. 



^Y^° x 



Arh|váin bxMne-Af te n-A X)e&twú £ém. 57 

tlí't Aon £>,<\tt úplwf t>Á bftnt mf av\ cr^ogAt fo 

ttx* 'oé-An^nn mo túbxMfe túcm^ft me-áf é^TíCfom, 

An broad axe 'p ^n fc^eu-oós, rcMn i/onnf^ <m f- 

ctiipé^, £^ % £ fc|1 *^ 

An f^t) x^tir siúfCó T)íf úa<Mfi'óe if c^of^c ; 

T)é^n^nn f é x\n piocóiT>,x\n coft^n 'f ,<m bfio^ún, 1515 
5t^c,Ai , óe n^ T)ceAgt^6, ^n póc^ 'f an ctú"ó, 
5-ac fxMfion ^f gt^f-Aib cum *oóiffe T)o t>tmxvó, 
1TI>Afc lofCxMT) agtir ceAtfiAtfidri ^stif cóif cum cnó 

pté^fc^"ó, 
An me^n^it)te, -an c-Afúf, 'r ^n pmfiúf *oon gfé^f- 
Att>e. 



T)o |\mn fé *óxxm fcitnffe "oofuún -óeAf jtnfe^tc ^, 1520 
t)í teabAft teac^n citim^f^c Y 50 béxvocfom ~fo- 

f^i*óce, 

5-An ftian btntte at\ tnfvo, ^cc í mín T>e«ar pLÁcátc^, 

'S m^f me^itn ní túbf &t> 'fxm úif te f e^f LÁi*oitt ; 

te ftixMm 5^0 -don btntte bx\ bmne í 'n^ ^n ófei'óit, 

'S 'n-Á ceót-fit)e nx* Cfunnne x>a fpfe^s^t) te 

mei*óift, • 1525 

'S 'ná Ofpetif ^5 femm a\\ ófiocaib 50 bmn, 

'S 'n^ 1Tleif5in <an fíf-teórhxxn *oo femm ceot fti^m 

T)'Af5tif, 
Óf cionn nx\ íimneon-A 5«^ b'iongnxvó 5-An c-Áim í. 



SLán ^stif céAT> teif 5^0 -Aon rcxMft t>a\\ cóg^if, 

'S ctim ^jvo-cAtLAi-úe cfté^n^ -oo féxVOxMf 50 tnó'ó- 

Ltfa ^thtué, 1530 

;Tj S ctim pÁT)fxM5 nx\ féite gUm stége^t ^n c-015- 

fe^ft, 

1r ce^fvo-Aige fó-néxXC-A é 1 n-éiftim 'r 1 n-eóUf, 



58 Arhjiáin 6og,c\in tluAi'ú tlí &m\Xe.<sX>Ám. 

A5 T)f\oiciT) Abx\nn tlí CeÁ\\n& x:Z\ x\n \\Ábx\\\\e Sfmn, 

An saX)a ctif ce if -Áitne f if b^e^gc^ mf x\n f Íog-Acc, 

t)eifim-fe ^n b,Áff\ t>ó 50 bfÁc if «\fíf ; 1535 

'S é t)utc,c\n 5-An TMbc é, if bfonn,c\im-fe f Uc\e *óó, 

guf bux\it)e,cVo teif 5<c\n <c\rhf\ Af ^n mot)^mxMt-Ofuinn- 

e-Att m^oft)^. 



22.— A SA5A1RU glt ÓA1Í). 

(Óum SA^Aific ^5 lAjtftAi'ó aiji pósjuvó 50 jwmo fé cum 
fcoite "o'ofCAitr.) 

A f\c\5<c\1f\C glt CcM'Ó, A bfW\C*Mf tléltt 1f v\l|\C, 

b^ ce-Afm^nn f«\m *oon txáirh if 'o'éigfe 1 gce^fc, 
1 gc^cxMb foirh nárh-cVO, 1 mbev\j\iw\in b*\og*\it n<\ 
T)Cf\e,c\f, 1540 

Aicfif T)o óxSó 50 T)C-Ámi5 mé 9 t\A me-AfC 

Cum cec\$c\ifc 5AÓ cáiia 1 fv\ii)ab féim n<\ peAti, 
teLc\iT>m T)ob Á|\|M 'f 1 in)v\ncv\it) 5<\et)it>;e fc.\ij\, 
'S av\ ^tAf^fnAó ncMfuvo fo t) , Á|t*oui§ péim if f\e<\cc 
1 bfe,c\fu\nnc\ib ].\\it 'nA X)ZÁm\^ 5^ e "° l1 Ca M^ Le«.\f\. 1545 

Scc\ipe,cVó n,c\ bfe*Mw\-con c*\tnu\ cf\ótK\ caoiíi, 
1f Lea^AVó v\a bfU\tv\ b^\ fte.\tK\c 1 ivoónc*\ib "^ao^I, 
A mbe,c\c,c\ 5A11 xMfiog 45 g^tUMb te fóij\ni|\c T)Ug^, 
T)o cinf fe,c\Uvo cum ce^g^ifc 50 gU\ife n*\ ceojuvú 
finn. 

A fx\5x\i|\c 5^11 rhe-Atig, if ce*\nn|\c\ c-AOirh-rhéinn- 
ex\6, 1550 

'S if 5-c\fCx\5U\n-mec\bcMf 1 f\c\nn 5^6 U\oi*óetéige-c\nc4.\, 
Aicfif mo óAtt ó'f cev\nn a$ bpfúm-ctéif cú, 
50 T)ce*.\5-c\f c*\im cLann g*\ó *Ofte*\m 'iu\ gcftnnn-céimib. 

l/ 



ArhfwÁin &4inedf te n-A toe^t^i-ó £ém. 59 

23— is rrntiT) T)Atn péin. 

(f AoisiTnn.) 
1f miciT) TMtn péin tno tfvéice 1 ^ceApc T)o fCfvtíT),vo, 
1f mo be^fvc^ T)o téige^vó *oo ÍÍUc T)é 50 c^c^c 
cúcAit, I555 

TPfuUns s^n bfvéi^ a gé^ «oo fCfu\c^vó ^5 5itiTMig 
te CAicne^rh r>^ cfvéiT) tm f^oruvó A]\ peAnriA\T) túiceif. 

T)o c^ice^f-f a Cf éirhf e 'om fáog-Al 50 coff ac cionncdó, 
Ce^t^Aó Cféime^c cU\on móif-cte^f^c cúfvf^c, 
I)^.5^rhT)^c cté n^f géitt -oo fe^cc av\ thfvo cifc, 1560 
1f 50 mxMcpt) tTUc T)é te céite a\\ mbedficA T)tímn-ne. 

X)a rhmic g^n bféig te Cfu\of mé a^ meifce ó 

tionncxMb, 

50 m^s^vó^rh^it m^of^c x\eru\c ftigce^c túb^c 
pe^fg^c fx\obfu\c f \\ ^onrhAji Cf ome^c T)mtcx\c, 
X)a^a\[\zac bx\ogU\c b|\é^5^c ftxvodó fticx\c. 1565 

xVifH&Ann T)é %Ar> bféig X)A be^g mo *ótiit Ann, 

1f ^ac AnnAvh nti^if céit)inn T),á éifce^cc cfeirnt) 

cúgAib-fe, 
An u^if f cx\tmit) n^\ néif c te ^éitt 'f x\n cf ftit T)^ scúf f a 
1 n-^m ex\f bx\rvcA x\n tUorh-Ctnrvp, if téif gtifi m^xvo 

T)úmn-ne. 

pe^c^-ó -§ac n-Aon *oo téigmn-f e aq f e^vú nA 
xmicce 1570 

1f n^ bex\r\cx\ X)A rhémn tiom fém T)o ceitc 50 cmm,5tic; 
PxMT)if tthc T)é nÁ Cfé via n-ApfC^t ionnfu\ic 
Hí c-A5^nn óm bé^V ^cc brvéxx^, cte^f^ if túU<vó. 

Aiccim mtiife Óig if eom ge^t t)^ifce 1 n-ém-fe^cc, 
tTlice^t corh^cc^c, pót if pexvo^f cféice^c, 1575 
An cúifc gtófrh^f fóf, ^n Ti\ac 'f Án rUorh-SpioruVo 
5«i*óe te neog^n £Ac tó T)on Cdc^ifv tUorhc^. 



60 ArhriÁin eog^in íUi,aitj VII Óúitte-Abám. 

24.— sin AgAit) mo te&sr&s. 

(fonn : u x\n Cfiopi.") 

Sm ^Aib iyio úe,Afc,Af -Af be^úAi*ó -$a£ féice, 
Ciotj i£A*oa mé a^ ^éitte-ATj te feAóm,Att t*á nóf, 

go bAfZAlAC, be,Atui£ce, a^ btATMf te béicib 1580 
Y\a gc^n-f otc ]\ éiTj, if X)Á mex\tU\Tj tem póg ; 

1 g^n-fiof ^5 bpeACAt* ^ac xMfce te héiféAcc, 
1 lAX)A\\tA}X) féirhe b-A £Aiune<Arh<Aó teo, 

Ufvé A TJCAgxMTJ 50 ZApA CUm pex\CxMTj T)0 TJéxMIAm, 

C10TJ ce^^fCxMT) Cléipe 50 mb'fe^ffi téige^n 
rjóib. 1585 



tlíof b^nnxMti mé CAtn,Att f fAn CAtiAlfne cjvaocca, 

1*oirv fC-AC-ATj ge-At-béice i f CAjvbAif óit, 
Ue-Ag-Afc n-A n-^icfe^\ó n-Aice^nc^ó ru\orhc-A, 

tlí t-Ag-ATj im bféicfib .\cc tru\sATj '^uf móiTj ; 
& ngtACAmn T)ofu\ccm-Af ó'n fe^ccmum 50 céite, 1590 

X)o fCx\ipi nn 5><\n fc^oiiATj Af <\icme tucc ceoit, 
Í)íotj mex\nm^\ «aji m'^igne^Tj if *MceAf, tk\ n-éifC- 
ex\óc, 

1f ní cr\ei*omn ó éin-ne,\ó 50 mb'fe>Ár\f téi^e^n 

T)Ólb. 

T)o tex\nx\f n^ beAfCA fo, fe^tAT), 50 fé-Anrhx\f, 
'S 1 T)c^\bx\ir\ne a\\ béicib tjo fCAipmn mo fcóf, 1595 

1f m'-Amm r>Á g<Air\m 1 teAb^rv <An éitim, 

tlíori b^nnAtri nu>Air\ gt-AOTMmn a gcuiTj be-Ac-uif^e 

•Af fCÓf, 

X)a óazaó mé x\f rru\iTjm -A5 mx\ccnx\m gtifi b<\ot beic 
X)A\n fx\rh-Ait-fe Tj' é^g^ n a CxMfbe Tj'ót ; 

Oíotj m^igne-ATj 45 c<Aifmific, if tjo ríieAfAinn a 
fé-An-Atj, 1600 

50 5CfeiTjmn x\ri éigm nx\r\ b'feÁff téi^e-An Tjóib. 




Arhfám b^me^f te n-A X)eAtMó £ém. 61 

1f 'oeirhm 50 'ocige-A'ó a^ btnte n^ •óéi'ó fm 

<y\ó T>tnne -ac^ A5 éite^rh, '^a bitte 'n-d *ÓÓ1T), 
1p UU5^1T) n-A rrnonnA 50 sctnffiT) mé 1 ngéirjmn, 

Ciofj fmgit T)foó-é^t)^ig mé &$ tnfe^fbAifj 
fcóif, 1605 

tlft fmne-bexMi rhioóAif T>on ftnfmn fo téAntng 

tTlo cifoe, te séittexvó *oo ffiocx\UMb fpóif\c, 
Y\Á b|\if e-Ann f-á f cige 50 fcigexMti^it fctéipe^ó, 

Ann f^m ctngim, cioTj T)éi"óe^n^ó, 50 mb'fe^fvfv 
téigean T>óib. 



An tiAif dge-Ann av\ UMge, ^stif T)f\tnT)ex\nn ^n c-x\of 
tiom, 1610 

'S mé x\f\ tnfe^fbxM'ó é^*o^ig, if c^Mttim mo tfeoif , 
tHonn pxMfvtif ^fe^cAó 5AÓ m^iT>e^n im gé^5-<Mb, 

tlí bt^fC-Amo bféicfe if ní't zaúac im gtóf\; 
1f fe-Aftj An ^ifce tiom LdbxMfC x*f\ óéictmn, 

Uig -An c-ArjxMfnefé-An^im mx\f\ c>Aicex\f mo fcófv, 1615 
T)e-áfvb^im, xvorhtngim pe^fCA, ^tif géittim 

5tif ^tn^ncA avi óéifT) í, if 50 mb'fe^ffv téigexMi 

T)Ólb. 

5tACÁ"ó 5-ac f-AfiAif\e f ex\f^rh^it f-dofó-A, 
C-áf-áf n-A béice, if T)o texMMf xm c-ót, 

tTlo ce^g^fc-f^, fe^fc^, xó 5-dfC-A te óéite, 1620 
1f ní n-ex*5-At beic xxorjrhAf T)ó 1 n-e^fbxMTj 50 *oeó; 

Sn-ái'óme-A'ó te mx\fc<AtxMg rhxMfe^rhxMt rh^ofVúA 

t)é^f cx\f\c-AnnAó odorhnAó mo'ádrhxMt te^nb^c 

fÓgxXÓ, 

Scdc-dnxvó T>fi<MrixMin<A if cdiftnifvc <Af -don-dó, 

1f cfei'oe^'ó ó ém-ne-dó 50 tnb'jpe<df\f\ téige-dn 
-oóib, 1625 



62 ArhfÁm Gog^m fta<Mt) "Uí Stiitte^róáin. 

25.— meisce 50 x>e&rVb. 

Hleifce 50 TieApX), feo av\ pe^Cxvo te & ft<Mt)ce^f 

Cf^Of, *"^^ 

1f T)o beifexMm cutn c^UMrh 50 Cc\p*.\ ^<\ó fÁf\-fe<<\f\ 

CfvéMn, 
TlommT) t>á -oe^fCxMb m,\|i c<\j\ ait> te SÁC-Ati cU\on, 
1f cr\eiT)e<<\rh nx\ n-Apfc<\t pe-Aóti-Ait) U\icr\eac é. 

ÍDeifce 'guf fA^Aifne fc^jtruMnseAf cÁince 1 
topléró, 1630 

1 nT)oirhne^\f, 1 Vjpe-Arrg, 'ixa U\f At) , T)if cÁifoib ctOib, 
1 n*oeififv 'f 1 5CAifini|\u te cajwmt) tw\ 5jwvóirw\if\e é, 
íf cac^mt) fm xMtne if eA^Al ó gjk\]v\in *Oé. 

me.ifce t>o meAtU\f a fw\ccrrw\f ó ft Áib ft Ati &érm, 
1f T)o t)ei|\ev\nn 5AC Aimro gAti CAimice AriiÁtn X)Á 
gcéitt, ~ 1635 

I 11*001 mne-Af -ah peACAit) nu\ t,\y\im an b-áf iw\ ngAOft, 
CAittceAf ita pLAifctf Af\ .a aiwmii 50 bjw\c if b<\og<\t. 

II í T>eifim guf mAft-A *oo ftACA tw\ AftfAóc é, 

ÍTIeifce *oo gU\CAtj t>o t)tw\fCAib rw\ gc-Ápc t>o 

gtAOtWAC, 

Ar\ meifce níof\ t>\\niw\m 5AÓ fcw\t*w\c t>o jtáf iw\ 
ng^e'óe^t, 1640 

1f 5tif te meifce if te fw\tw\if\ne ("wMceATw\j\ bU\t 

A JWW)gAlt. 



26.— cévvo sLáti cum jaC ui5-pin. 

CéAT> fiÁrii ctitn 5AÓ f\íg-pf\ 
l)eic páif\ce-dó *oom fligit)-fe, 
1 *ocig CA^Aifne T)o jnii"ófe*vó 

te hmncmn A5 ót, 1645 



xVrhftáin txAine^f te n-<A £)e<<\CAit) pém. 63 

T)o Cftáigfexvó na fíoncx\, 
5<\n sftáfCáfi 5>An bftngexmc<<\, 
'S 1 tnto^jtdó T)^ *óf\tnrn rm 

WA j;oitf e^vó ^ bf\ón ; 
tTL\fi ní tnife ^n "buc f eó " 1650 

T)o ófui nne-Af xm c-óf 

X)Á bx\itiug<<yó 50 f10f\-bOCC 
1f TMome ette T><d ót. 

t)íonn tMtLac te cinncex\cc 

A5 fx\gtídit " OAtn^if a\\ f^oicib 1655 

1 *ocig c^to^ifne *oo fufófexvó 

t,e hmncmn ^5 ót ; 
1f cLác oéit) -dn bui'óexm ú*o, 
'S if fÁn^c 1 ^cfíce, 
1f f c-dipfi'ó n-A mítce 1660 

50 cfumn a 5CUIT) fcóif, 
Í1ux\if\ fínpe^f é x\f bójro, 
1f g^n ctunnce -df\ ^ cóm, 

tHonn a be.dn fúT) r>Á ó-dome^'ó 
te U\oi*ócib 5-dn cóif\ : 1665 

"t)Á Cfiácc ^fi n^ gníorh-dfc^ib 
ftmn p^fif n a Uftdoi coif\, 

ílo 1-dfOn T)0 fÍ0tÓx\lt> 

Udf caoit> teif av\ cfeoiT), 
t<c\oófu\t) n^ Cftaoibe, 1670 

T\.Á <\n cé fm t>o cU\oit) U<\tc, 
tU Sx\efex\f\ ctuf\ ciof ^f\ 

An T)íf e-áó 50 teof\ ; 
Ó T)o cmbff^mn-fe x\n lilóm, 
1f 5x\c Cfiíoc eite tm fóf\c, 1675 

1f 5^\c x\cf\^\ bí -dtge 
6 c^\bx\ifc cugx\tn-fx\ beo. 



64 ArhfvÁin eog^m Huai'ó "Uí SúilleAtxáin. 

"ttlo c^f, if cú ^n fceirhte 
Af\ ctáfvACxMb fínce, 
1f 50 bfic béxvo T)ot)' óAomeAt) 1680 

go T)céi"ó -Af\ mo gtófv ; 
*Ox\f\ t^rh-A mo finnfe^f, 
1f beiú Láicr\e^6 te fíne<<yó, 
X)o b'fe^ffv tiom -Afíf cú 

'tlá mítce *oo'n órv, 1685 

tlí íofpMfj mé feoiT), 
1f ní't fuim '5-ám 1 ngnó, 

1f ní f^f^M-ó mé Aii óitt feo, 
Ó ! mo rjumne^ó 50 *oeo. 

"& 6-ÁifvT)e mo 6r\oit)e ifcig, 1690 

U151T) táicr\e,A6 im cirh6e-Atl, 
tlí fÁgjMi'ó mé cumnce ^f 

Aon c^oib T)íom 5^11 fCf óic ; 
tlí fc^vopvo T)on fcío^ f<\in 
50 mbÁ*óp\f\ Y An Gof' mé, 1695 

1f 50 bfvác béAT) tm 6-AOinexVÓ, 

ttlo 6Aom-fex\r\ TK\fv n'oóig." 
X)At> r\oirhe te^c 546 *oeor\ 
Oeic AtitiAf te n-x\ ffvóm, 

1f í 45 bx\5<\ifvc 50 tiífe^t 1700 

Afv 6fvío6v\ib pi|\ 015. 




IV. — Aoifl. 



27.— ós j:otlAs T)on ctém. 

(Ótim SA^Aific ; xXo\\ a\\ An Ctéifi.) 

Óf fottdf T)o , n ctéif gtif tné nÁ zÁb^Ann fóg, 
peifcif ná fé^pc-A, béite, bx\mnif nÁ póic, 
TOÁ -Atri-dfCAim bé, if cté mo te^pc^p g^n 50, 
^•'S x\n xMcme t>o gnémn, cái*o fMoji, má bfe^bxMT) -<\n 
cÓfT). ^"^ 1705 

A bite 5-An coTMtn, s^n co^At, ^An ctx\om-céime, 
^ comne-At n<A n-ottátfi, if a eoc^iji x\& f^oifCéAtc^, 
5^n ceime«dt*oo fotcxvó 1 *ocob^f n<A Waoa mt)éice, 
1f *oeimm gtifi fott<Af ^ti t)onx\f <Afi fíot éibif. 

""I U-a fíot 6ibif £mn fó ce<4f, 1710 

"* T)fon5 t>o cte^cc s^ 01 f 1 f c ittce-df, 
S^oice f u-Aif ce óxmxvó ceot, 
*Ldoice if Tni^nca *oe^g-eot. 

T)ob eot TMtn G^gtxMf c<dfcx\nn&c *óAonn^óc^ó, 
í)óf\TMó t)^innifeAó ffiex\fCAU\c fAOf\ 'n-A *ocig, 1715 
'tlafi móf <a sce-ann-Af 'f a scáfxvo^f T>'éi5fib f uitc, 
1f mo bf ón ! zá a m^tAif\c x\f\ m^fCAin x>Á n-éif 
^5-Amn. 

^n^ 1f -Ag^mn x>Á n-éif ^cá 
-« t)áf\f f^fcnxvó-A 5^0 fitte-Ám, 

TMofc^f Txaoite if fíO|A 5ii|A fe^vó_ * 1720 

P-d éi*oe-d*ó Cfíofc mo T)íomb-dit). 



66 Arhfu\m Cog^m Uti^íT) tlí StiitteAb-din. 

1f T)iomb^i*óe^c *otib,c\c tiom ctifvf<c\ fte*\cc<c\ ru 

ng-Aoi'óe^t, 
ÍIaÁ btnnneÁin tifu\ ctiTfmtng Cc\ifex\t nx\ 1líog, 
go cionn-^f\T) con^^nc-dó ctúrruAit Cx\tmx\ if *o'íoc 
t)iú-'óiim fCfti*o<cVo púnnc 50 fvA\cm.c\fv ']\<\n 
fvíog-Aóc. 1725 

t v' 

^-t? 1 fvíogAóc Y 1 fvéime-Af ftíog p«\it 

t)x\ gnc\c x\n ctéif 1 fífceAó-ífcálfiC 

~i v D^rhn^, ottc\rh,c\in if tjjuuvó, 

*7 gti|\ lomptng tncvó nx\ mío-ciu\ij\*o. 

A5 cu^ifvT) mÁ c<\fCv\f ^Afv e^snAó ^éAf-ffioc^it 1730 
5-dn bu^f 5^n fUAóctru\f, óf TRu\fb Ati ctéifv nu\j\ 

fm, 
Sctix\ife ó^xitce, if 50 mbtv\iffe*vo a bév\t te ftntc, 
Sm f\u^5x\i|\c |\eAtx\ *\ifv if ex\fCv\me ctéif if CU115. 

Cto^ ní b*\ogc\t n^\ coinne^t-VuViuvó, 

ÍTL\ lÁn *o'ionnriu\f if *o'é^voÁit, 1735 

'5 -aii n*ox\oifce, 5-dn fe.\cc, 5411 j\u\gv\it, 

X)o gn-Ác ctéife *oo bic-j\u\fv. 

A5 fix\f Y ^5 ff e-Af cx\t Af 6v\$;U\if f <v\tm-ju\i*óce.\c, 
^O'fíofv-fcoc f?teA\fc^\c *0v\ gCAitWát) *\n «\1c1ne ó 

Ufi-c\n a mbex\Cx\*ó, if 50 mbv\infev\*o *ó.\m e<\fb.\i*ó 

f-c\g^tc^\if, 1740 

'ru n*oix\i'ó if fev\|\b teo muufce cio*ó bU\fc«\ Cv\icce. 

UÁicce 1*0 ó|\oi*óe tu\fi co5v\it me^n^, 

<CÁ C]u\ibce.c\cc, cturhne if otU\rh-gfve*\nn, 

Uféice Cfexxtt n.v\c fe^\f *oo'n cóip 

Cto'ó Cfvé,c\n n^ n*\riu\if *\f\ *\ttcóifv. 1745 



Aoip. 67 

28.— a tnte 5An ceAtg. 

[-An u-AftjtAóuAc SeAn : Ao\\ Aft fedtroAomib.] 

(fonn: " O'Sullivan's March.") 

TVétfijró lomAftbAró rotfi nA rifi ^An pórAT) ir ua r eAn*oAome Agur 

■oo CÓ5 Ca-ó^ cfiíonA Ua ScAnnAitt pÁiftu ua breAft £An pórAT), 

mAft úu5<\tka}i beAÚ-uirce *óó. ^5 reo ftAnn "o'AmftÁn Cait>5 Uí 

ScAntiAitt : 

"50 cuAtiuAtb An /OAinjin *oÁ -oua^a-ó An tdoireAÓ 
1r CAjtotur 5ftoix>e 50 bui-óeAnmAft te n'-Atr, 
An buA-ÓAc-bite ceAnnAir ir rA"OA uÁ Aft -oíbiftc 

^An uAtAm, £An rAOijtre, 1 -ouío}ttAib UAfi teAfi, 
Có^rAroír 015-fMft ÓtAi|t fó-otA mAft éon^nAtú teo, 
ScótrAroír cfión-puic uÁ 1 ftór-bfto^Aib mutúAn 50 róijAC, 
betú ctAfóeAtú Aft 5AC feAbAc nÁfi ceAn^Ait te bfti^-otg, 

'S Ati reAn-outne cju'onnA rínue 'nA rpfteAf." 
T)o -pfteA^Atft Ha béi^eAftuA é, ir T)o teAn eo^An TluA'ó "au u-Áft 
Aft An reAn " 1 bpÁtftu uí ScAtinAitt, tf "oo tAbAtfi tetr mAft 
teAnAf : 

A 01 te 5^n ce^xt^, 'f a feAfi^c *oon fíof-fuit 
f** "O'eAfCxMf T)o pfíorh-fcoic c^oifeAó if ftxMt, 
t)x\ ffioc^tAó, ffie^5f^c, fe^fxMti-Aó, fui*óce 

1 inbex\fc,dil3 1 ngníom, 1 gcoirhe^fc^f 'f 1 ^c^c, 
'S 1 bpúnncxMb n<A n-úgTMf\ x>o fCfútMnn te 
fe^nc^f 1750 

pjifti nu; 5^0 pfionnfA 'gtif t>iúic 1 ^Ct^f thmb^, 
lonn^fbxvo T)f^5-dn Af fe^fumnxMb ©itge, 
Uféf X)AlX)At> éigfe if ctéifie r\A 5cex\cc. 

Cio*ó fingit te fe-AUvo óm óAf<diT> 1 gcém me, 

A5 CAice^rh mo ftde 5^11 féime^f n<á fex\cc, 1755 
5^n cif ce, gAn cexmn^f , g^n fAócmAf ná f .aog^t- 

CACC, 

^O^bAit) im c^ob-f a Cféim ASUf cne^vo ; 
5-ac f uAif c-f f ioc^t f tjxvó-oitce tu^Atwr-f e 50 cxMtice^ó, 
1 n-u^im cifc, te fUxMtnemc, a\\ u^ttAc-áf ^15^1*0 
TIa tiÁicme feo , óe^fm<M > o c^p^ cfé -áffx\cc, 1760 

*Oo t-Afuig 5AÓ ^tAt) c-átxvú im ófe^c. 



68 AríifÁm eogAm íUixM*ó VH éúitteAbám. 

tf T)eirhm -guf me-AtUvo 546 pex\ffA T>on *o,Áirh 
T)o U\bAif 1 bp<Áif c íia n-x\ffA6cx\6 f e-An ; 

te nuife-Afbx\i*ó c<Apx\i*ó *oo c,Aice<A*ó x\f *oác, 

5^n f uinnex\rh, 5x\n bUÁc, g^n -5-Áif *oe<Af n<Á ^e^n, 1765 

5^6 pú*OAfU\6 cfúncA nó púCA cinn-óe^n^^t-Aig 

te *oub-6fe<AC-Aib mú6c,A cá 1 bponncAf a c-A6cui£ce. 

****** 
****** 

! í m^f fm T)on ó-AtmAó c^p^ ne,Arh-,\ffA, 1770 

****** 

*Oo btex\6cAtm 546 m<AfCx\U\6 tru\ife<Aríu\it riu\nU\, 

Ó^|\c^nnx\ó óftáittteAó bU\c rhloó-Aif -óe^f ; 
1f bui*óe,Anrh-Af te nmncmn *oo fwóe-Ann 1 *oa§ 

C-AbAifne 
Uímpf\ex\6c 'n,A tím6ex\tt, if fíonCA tu\ fc-AipeA*ó 
-Aige 1775 

Af f&Ab-AIC, x\f *Óf A^^Mn, Af ftACAlb 'f Afl fÁ1*Ólb, 

Aicme n^ gjuVúAnn -An cÁm fin *oo tiie^t. 

'Hti-Aif *o , x.\rhAfCx\nn Ainnifl *oo f tu\i*ómeA*ó te h-ájtfAÓ, 

p^\fAife bUÁcrh-Af *\U\inn Af e,A6, 
50 meAnm-Aó A.\c|?uinne<\ó x\bAi*ó 5UM1 ceÁff aó, 1780 

LAnnrhAf U\i*oif U\n-6unu\if tne-Af, 
t)ío*ó5-Atm -a Cfoi*óe-fin if tíonAnn te CA\icnex\rh *óó, 
Uíge-Atm *oofCA*ó *oíteif if CAOi-got 'n^\ hdignexvó, 
A*oeif, 5<\U\f 5-An 6x\fA*ó 50 te^Afó mo é^ijvoe 

Ce^n^Att 50 bf-Ác mé te tu\j\ju\6c\6 fe^n. 1785 

1f co|u\ncA6 cofCx\fCx\c cornArhx\6 ceÁfnx\6, 
5<a6 potUvó T)o'n j:Ám r\Á\\ các-a*ó te beAti, 

'S if f ottAf giif b|\of ctngce, boj\ t> 1 mbeÁ|\n Ain 
UufjiAinn a U\irh 1 scn^irh-geAjijiA'ú 6eAj\c ; 



Aoifi. 69 

1p fog-dtCA6 5^0 CfotMife aca aj; Win-6ofc<Mr\c 

^tta-6on, 1790 

1f mo'óxMfi^it, cne^fc^, ce^nnf a gnro ce^nncA 'gtif 

ce^m^nn, 
^OAinge^n if f e^fxMfi *oo t^^it) 50 fÁt<\6, 
pMfe cé^vo 5f^m x\f\ t><df\ n-x\r\fu\6cAc fe<<\n. 



1f tánntfiAfi ton^-Aó, 5-dn tiffuMtn *oo céA-ocxMft, 

Uf\fxMic<A, téi*orhe^6, t-Aoct)^, 5-án tfie^c, 1795 

CAtm^, cum^f^c ctifuMi ca, cru\ofx\6, 

ptnnneAttixMt, CféxMi, s^n féige, 5^6 ftxMc; 
1f óg- cufca , cr\ ót>A, me^r\, mór\tM, ne^rh-e^gt^ó, 
A5 teon-A-ó Y ^5 t )óit)-t)fif e^'ó f tóigce 'guf 5^f ti-cr\ úip, 
tlí AtofuMm ctntte^'ó ná cige^nn tiom T^ife-dtfi, 1800 
t)fifexvó 'guf be-Áfvn^'ó x\f\ oa\[ n-^ff^ccAc fexMi. 

tlíof gtAii-á'ó av\ ctnfte tug uffxMtn te ftáftd, 
1 n5tio5-Aife-A6c T>Ám n^f zÁtAt> 50 ce-Afic, 

T)o gxMfcexVó 5^6 fCfucA if r>Á cttm^f 1 5ce<áfin,<vó 
t)ft»inne^tt if b^b, cio*ó nÁifie-dc avi be-dfc; 1805 

* * * •*• * * 

1 *o-Cfiex\f-áit) nA n-Af\m ní •óe-AfgxM'o tÁtfia 
5-Aifce ní gn-át av\ z-a^aózaó fe^n. 

t)ro te^fCAi|Ax\r\ t>r\ifeA*ó mxMfic pMtte 'gup pófoa 1810 
1 5cifcm n-A n-05, if ftóigce 'na me-AfC, 

t)e^c-tiifce btnte 'guf fiteA*ó nA neojmd, 
Cifce 'guf cóif\ a^ T)eoruYóxMt) ^aví ce-áf, 

ttfonn cútftmg tucc fiubxMt 'via irotfncáiti if m^fvCfuVó, 

Ufiútp -Agtif úgT>-<Mf\ 50 fiúncAó X)Á nslACA'ó 1 
SCion, 1815 

pMffinse veAtAt> 50 ptexYóxMT>e,A6 páitce-d6, 
1f níorv tt'Annam 'na n-áfuf a^aózac f eAr\. 



t>u^u^^> 



70 ArhfÁm eogAin ttuAi*ó Uí SúitteAbÁin. 

Af éisfit!) ^n gte^nnA mo texvpuAf fm f Cfíobt^, 
1f ■gLACAi'ó 50 cfumn 5^6 pomue *oom fUxMf, 

1f éif eAóuAó btdf ua *oo tdbAif x\n uí f eo 1820 

Úug bAff^ cum uígif *oo fdoitib m\ f exMi ; 

& tlí éiseAfiuxMg, if té^n tiom náf éifuif 50 n^e^ff- 
fxMnn-fe 

£éitte,dcx\ x\n Uféittig *oo té^nuig 50 m^fttng- 
úe^c 

•g^ifcexvó %Wf fAb^rjvne cUvnn^ n^ n*oé,\gtí\e,\c ; 
1f u-áfcuifne *oon t)Áim é T) , xMfeAm *TOfme3fc. 1825 

Seo x\n u-^*óbAf f>Á *oe^|\A nÁp §j\eA.\nnuig <\n 1jonfc>A, 

5-áige 5^\n múnAT), pú*o<<\fUc te-cMii, 
Ux\f gx\ff ai*ó f e^f ^óon CA.\ttruA con5<\nu<.\ó, 

*CfeAfc^fúx\ó Cf\úipe«dó uúftu\c 1 T>CfteAf, 
1f téif ^uf ufé é-cvoufom^cu céitte if me^fbxMt, 1830 
t)í x\n z-éA^An a~5 fujw\ej\e<<\cu ón ^céite *oo f iu\i*ónuw\i) 

teif, 
A g^\tAf ó úui^im, uoóu bmle 'gtif éAT),\, 

tlí óuifim-fe fpéif 'n*.\ bj\éitj\ib jjdti bU\f. 

114 beAfCcVú tuóc 5tu5^\i|\ te huipeAfbAi'ó céitte, 
i 14: uui$i*ó v\a gnéi*o guf b*\otv\cu a rhe^f 1836 

5uf b'e^-At tiom cmnAf n.\ 5cuifte-c\nn *oo fx\ojw\f, 

1f mife 1 ne.\m-fpéif Ag AOfi fili*ó te^f, 
<\cu a fÁ|\-fiof acá -A^^m, if ní twMfe^c tiom 

'O'AIÚflf, 

TI1o gjvám-fe cio*ó T>'fA.\f x\f b^f n-v\j\jw\cu<\CfeAn*ouine, 
gtif f fe^5f t*\c 'Ofon^A'oon foij\mn feo *o\\j\fuig, 1840 
Hoime ^At uÁm 1 T>UA.\bv\ij\ne 'f 1 *oue*\c. 

A tlí SaAntu\itt, gtAC me^nm^, if fe-Af Aith 50 T)Ár\A, 
1f te-Anf^T)-f a An u-Áf 1*0' p*MfU A]\ av\ fe*\n 

X)Á n5feA*o^*ó, X)Á nsexMAjwvó, X)Á 5C<\fUvVó, if r>6 
gcÁjuuvó 
1 tAtxAfúxMb *oev\ff cti<.\ u^Áiúue 50 ceftp u ; 1845 



Aoif\. 71 

CLdoit>fe<yo-f-d Trióe^tt via btnfjne *oo t^b^if tex\c 
} Sav\ 5Ctnbt\e<\ó fo rh^oit)it) or\c ^ac rcru\oite beit 

ce-AngAitce, 
Útig sfuvoam ne<Mfi-bU\fc,d 'n^ fumn,dib T>on 

,4f\fu\ÓC 

j^iCgce fmáitce^c á^a, t)o rhe^c. 

ttlo teA^A^c mr\Á gLdCdrm at\ xMcme £115 bÁf\f\ 1850 
Ux\r\ feAfidóom páit T>on ^fvfiAóCAó fexm, 

Caf^t) 5-AÓ sU^ifve if fu\c<Mt\e ru\fU\c, 

X)a "ó^mAinc T)-Ájt^óA^nn giif fáit> é, ní hexvú, 

tl^ br\éicf\e 5-án éifex\cc t>o f céice<yo4fv 50 hAtptif ac 

A5 Cféim-ge^frwvó f<dOfv-ft^ic te béicib r\Á\\ ceAng- 
Uvó, 1855 

tló c-Anpvo-f^ ^ifce if ní pcxvopvo 50 bp^gf^T) 
ScfviofCd r\A ón^rh-A ^5 xm ngfuifc^fv g^n rhe^f 

ttlo "óé-Aftá-p a x>'AbArt ftiocc C^ifit b-A gn^c<\c 
p^ Sfuvo-dm te pp-áp, T)^ ^cÁtA'ó a\* a gce^fc 

A5 méic-bfvOC-Aib m-Aft^cx\c m^tttngce tílárvcAin, 1860 
Aicme r\Á 5fuVúxmn Ar\ ^á^a r\Á a f\e<\cc; 

1f céite ce-AfvC 6ibir\, ciot) té^nrh^fv te n'xMcpip, 

'tl-A pcfu\er\e bocc céA\*tA T)'éip éifvtig r\A n-x\tt-d- 
con ; 

X)eA\\zA bAt> cifvce beic ptnnce aca 1 n*o^n 

'Y\Á miofcúif A$ p^p iT)ifv c^ifvT)ib cpé fe^n. 1865 

Jin^ceAmAt-dó ctnmonn^c ctMftfte-AC-Aó cíotvóub 

Ctiifvpe cmnce cmnpeoLdó fe-An 
tTle^bAtAó mtnnice^c mupc^fwxc m^oit)ceAó 

'tl-Ap imcig -^n bfvíg a\* coit)óe g^n pfve^b, 
T)o CfiáccpvVú x\f\ c^fc^t comófvCxMf te peAfvAóom 1870 
Aitne %Ar\ póp<vó r\Á pcótpxMnn Ar\ tex\cx\f\ T>e, 
CAcofvCA 1 bftnfvtn beic comgMtt r\Á pedoitpe^f, 

5ti05-Af\ ní rh-Aoit)im, <acc fífvmne ce^fvc. 



72 ArhfiÁw 6og4in Huxm*ó tlí SmlleáóÁm. 

tlí CcMfe *oon 5ti05xM|\e fitexvú *oo tfiAoi , ófe,cVó 

Ctim^f n^ bui*óne cfíonn^ fo rhe<c\c, 1875 

Aicme te TMitte nÁ jMiceann <c\on fpíce, 

Ó tiir\e-áf b-Ai*ó f cíce ^5 coirh*oe<c\cc 4 tntxán ; 
&\y fécVo,c\irj n-A tiéif\ec\nn ní tféigpexvó ^n fe^n- 

*oume 
AcóxMfe^óc a óéite Cfé é-cvo teif n-a pedfi&óoin. 

****** 1880 
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XY\Á cec\5rhuige-c\nn aca m^f óe.\p<\*o<\f fu<vó-A, 
ílc\ócmc\f if bu^f, ciot) tu-AfúceAó if teAtfi, 

p^iffmge be^tAt), b^ tec\fCxMr\ if cfu<\ó-<\, 

6a\ó|u\ 5fvti^5^ó, fUAimne^f if fc\c, 1885 

1f fx\ocru\ó í xmi fvéilce^nn ^5 téif-gtu*o 54Ó -aijv- 
ce^TMit 

T)'fé«cVo<cMin ó'n féittec\ó ótim féiceAnn^ ^n f^^^Mfne. 

****** 

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Coif pte^fc^, m^f ctn^im, ní't fite r\S f<M*ó 1890 
T)ob' tifvjM óum pf^f *oo tÁt&t) te ce^fc, 

ílí't cx\c^c 'n-A t)ffioc^t 'f ní't ftnnne^rh 'n^ nTK\n, 
C-á ctiifte nx\ T)-c\irhe cjvvigce aca, if pe-Af, 

An Cfc\c TnomófxMT) 5<c\n cúnnc<\f $c\ó ctut-gecvpf *vó 
Cc\fvcuifne-c\ó 

ÚU5 Cfiug V)xMte lilúifne tv\ ivotiCvMg 50 nv\f- 
U\tx\ó, 1895 

1f trv\fv peAff-Ain T>on fuij\mn *oo ctuiófevVó ^n búf 
gc\n coife *oob' utfiAl mo tutg-f^ na me*\fc. 



Aoif. 73 

29.— eASmAlt 1S ÁR. 

(6Afc-Aine A|t ÓÁic tlí tAo^-Aifie do con^Aib 4 frocAiióe 
ida|i JeAtt a\\ úuipuiun). 

B^ftn^it if Áp 5-AÓ t^ 50 *oúbAtu^, 

5^t^n ir prixMt 1T) ^r 5^ n t)ííit 1 f utc, 

tl^jA rhxM|Ai|\ tim CxMfc, <\n CfvÁc if T)túc 50 bptnt 1900 
ttlo fcoc^Mt)e iT) rh^t-A 1 n-<áic ctnfcitnn ^jac. 

6-dfC-áme ^n pÁpA 1T) "óe^gxMt) 50 T)úfu\ccx\c, 
5><mi ce^nn^f, 5^n ^ifo, ^f jMn 5-dn curhTMC ptf, 
50 bpeice^T)-f^ tá cú 1 ns-ábxvó, 'f ní T)tib^c tiom f oin, 
1 ns^LAf -dn Mif, 5^n p^gbxMt ^f\ ptinnc ^5<au. 1905 

^OfvC-A ^Uf pLÁlg 1T) tÁfv T)OT) *ÓtÚ1C-Cf e,Af C<MfvC, 

5^n otd cum baif nÁ 5^if óf cionn -oo cuifvp, 

5-Aii fxMtm nÁ p^if tm f^t) n-á úfvnxMgce, 

Y\Á ^otAifvc ^5 mn^ib 1T> *óeAgxMt) te ponn 50 ptitic. 

tTlo m^tt^óc 1*0 •óe^gxM'ó 5^0 IÁ 50 *oút<M§ce 1910 
^o texMixMt) T)OT> ón^rh^, tf j^&ó f m^it 50 T)túc f^Mfif . 
tUfv peicifv T)o p<áifce a\\ X)Án a^ f úsfuvó 
Acc 1T) óxxm-áfvc^c -Áif, A\\ pán, g^n ctú, 5-dn ftioóc. . 

tlí't fite x\& fxMt) 1 sCt^fv ttnfvc ÍTItirh^n r\Á ftnt 
A5 t^bxMfc im p>áifvc, if n-Aó n<Áfv a sctnr , t>a\\ ttom, 1915 
Scottf a*o 5^n cUSp te f^n^fó ^n ctúrh c-ap rmon, 
'S an teAC-Afi t>ot) cnÁtriAib, if céfv b'pe.áfvn ctnfcitm 
nÁ f oin. 

t)fve^Cp-AT) T)0 Ó^lt 1 T)Cf ^c *oon T)tÍCxMg Anoif , 

5«f Ab xMfvgce^c f m^it c«5 nxMfe 'on cúiseAt) tú 

1f m^ft-á CAfv b^ffv T)o rhn^ib n^ T>Cfviúc,A cú 1920 

1f -An f^MT) rhxMfvfifv-fe, a C*mc, T)íc-ft^mce cug^c 'n-A 

fv1C. 



74 Arhftáin 6og<<Mn tttixMt) tlí Stnttex\r3x\in. 

TH't mA\*cAl&c tti^nlA cpÁrtteAC óium txMf ftntc, 
TiÁ xMnnif t)e,Af t)Uc if ,áU\inn gnúif if T)fvioc, 
Ó jxMttirh n^ mr\X)Á\\CA tán 50 ciurhx\ifirj UtnrvC. 
TU gtAcpvó mo U\rh 1 nTMit ctnfcitnn <\cc cú. 1925 

6-AfUdi'ó *oo gnÁt *óo*o éfx\*ó f *óot) túf\n«vó, if 501 n, 
1f foó-At avi fjxMf 1T) USfi r\Á\\ rhúfC-Aitce^f, 
Amirh 5^0 IÁ ofic if SftÁm 45 thfvo Ar\ óifc, 
50 n^n^cf-Aó Cf^it)ce CvÁfrh-Af ctittu\c, g^n cion. 

ttl^fU Cx\f\ rhnxMfj 50 rjfx\§<Mfv 1*0 S m ' n r S An fuU 
'S 50 mbfvifce^f T)o geÁ^A 1 mrje<Af\ru\in óuriuMi£ 'f^n 

ufioc ; 1931 

50 fjfeiceAT)-fx\ $,<\fU\c gfiármd 1*0 ótíuT) a^at: 
1f 5-An a AtA\p te fAgtxMt 50 bfu\t r\Á ctmnc^f 

Anr\. 

A ttlic ITIiUfe r\A n^p^f ftn\ifv p<Mf if fcunffe A]\ 

ÓfiOlf, 

1f T) , ftit<\m5 1T) "óeÁftnAin c<Mfj\n>;e *ottit T)o ótif ! 
5<mi fcoc^t) T)e<\f bU\t, a Cá\z, ó fúigif mé 1936 
Tl<\f\ fittif-fe fU\n X)Á X)Á]\]\ T)on *oút.\i$ *\noif. 

TÚaIIaóz v\a mx\tU\óc *oot) tfe<\fc<\if\c fá ó*\nnct<vó 

x\noif, 
Óifvbifv xMtif if e<\fc\me ce*\tt if CU115, 
50 fjfeice^vo *oo feAn-ófUit \r\A]\V) ^o p\nn s^n pmts, 
5^n T)ume t)OT) fLwife r\Á foU\ó *oo tK\tt a^ac. 1941 

TDdtUcc 5-Aó f^^vMfC ón gAittirti 50 TeAriiAin r\A 

fftit, 
T)o ttncim 1T) bx\tx\f 'f 50 fc<\ipfit) T)o rhex\f3^\i|t 

teo fom, 
50 fCottCAf te c<\c<Mfj T)o ófev\CAtUó Cfw\nn*OA mifj, 
Sif mif ce r\A ce^\tU\ tn\fv c.c\ittex\t) 1 n-Atn óex\fc tú. 



pe^nnxMT) if té^n g^n t)|\éi5 if cuUaifc Yix\ bun, 
An-bfoiT) péme 50 TMOf if ^t^f 1*0 ófuc, 1947 

A Cáic tlí Laog^ife, t) , éirhig mife 50 cuf, 
1f Tnmcig 1 gcém, if te*o \\&e nÁ\\ fittif ^noif. 



30— & ctnnAmn UAU CéAT). 

(*0'eoJAn An rhéijiín rnAft ^eAtt aji trinAoi Áifiice.) 

A cum^Mnn c^f céxvo r>Á\\ cug^f thhc géitt 1950 

1f c^icneAm te h^on-cofp T)íogruMf, 
*Oo ce-Ap^nn *oo fcé-At 1 *ocacac f 1 féim, 

1 bfuitun 'f 1 n-éipe^cc U*oit)ce. 

1f c^p<Ait) T)o téige^f 5-A6 xMfce 'gtif céicf 

X)Á\\ c^n-Aif-fe féin 1*0 tAoit)cirj, 1955 

A5 c^g-Aifc t)0 M n^ gc^fn-fotc ngé^ 
1f x>Á meAtUvó te bféicrie rmtfe. 

X)o f^nn-d 5-An tjéim if tomne tiom fém 
T\Á fprve^A n^ mé^f a\\ c^om-ófuic, 

T)o fCxMpe^nn 5^0 pém >Af X)Am^eAn mo ctéi£>, 1960 
'úexxfc^f T)o f^oc^f gAoife, 

^5 bfe^cxvó T)o fcéit -A ^nfiof *oon cf^ogút, 
TTl^f óxm^nn 5^0 n-^on t>ot) ftige-fé, 

1f T)Á T)CA5^vú tiom T)'éif ^ cACuigce ^é^f, 

50 n-^*orhuigim f-AOf tjeic T)íteif. 1965 

t)ex\fctíig te^c fém m^f c^itte^t) ^n Laoc 

T)o firu\ccuig ^n fxxog^t cimce^tt, 
t)& caoa 45 iriAó C^fon c^tm-A cfé^n 

te ^xMfce^t) T)on jféig cug ftíf leif. 



76 ArhfvÁin 6ogx\m ftux\ifj tíí SúiUe^bÁin. 

t1ux\if\ g^ifvtn An bé c^if gfve^nnrh^fv féirh 1970 

50 tnpfve^nn pé m<<\f\ mnfce^fi, 
gurv te ce^t^Airj cté-ctif mx\ttuigce 4 óétte 

A s^nfiof cu$ téme mrhe fjó. 

tn^ccn^irh te^c fém m^f c^\itte<\fj n-A cé^*oc^, 
An caoa X)A tfvéme 1 5Coirhe*\fCx\f 1975 

Afi r:Aitce tiA Ufv^e *oo t)e>c\fc^irj n^ béice 
ÚxMfcit te bAoc-rh-AC Pf\u\muip 

tlí't x\mirh, m't é^cc, ní't pe,Min,Mt), ní't pém 

1 bpe,<\fu\nn,<\ib éit^e fíotfvtng 
tl^c x\mnif\ *óe^\f féim *oo coftung é 1980 

tTlx\fv c<\n<\ro tucc téigce *Ofu\oifje,\cc<\. 

1f iomx\fvCA\ tAoó me^\fv cujumica cp&dn 
TVftnt btnrvb nx\ n^Ae-óeAl *oo cfíoctuvó, 

Úuic tTlufvóAt) if éirje^\fv, ConAtt if CCuvo-Conn 
An z&ca bA cfvéme 1 5Coime<\fc^f\; 1985 

1tfvf-<\ v\a n^féAgAó, cufuvó tu\ Ujw\e, 

Cú Óut,\mn te bé guf cjuoóiuvó 
1f n-Aó m^\ifv5 *oon cé tu\ be,\j\c<\ fo téigig 

A cx\icneA.\m Cx\fv éif *oo mtu\oi cug. 



31.— AUA eAOUOUÚA AUAOH. 

fite éigm :— 

" /Am*oeife ax\ C]v\ogv\it 50 n*oév\nf<\ifj -oíom-fl 
fpjte^f, 1990 

YiÁ *pe<\Tw\j\ 1 n6ij\mn cu\ ,\c,\ *oíob mo te*\p, 
Amnif óx\om fénfi tu\ 5qu\ob-fotc scíofCx* gc^f, 
tló x\imro 5-<\n céitt 50 mbéic *\ici c*\oif\ig if b<\. 



Aoif. 77 

fne-asn^ eogAm trí súitteAtxám :— 
&zÁ e^vocoft^ A\\Aon &n mé^'o fo cím-fe if fe^f, 
50 mb'fe^ffiá tiom oé r\A Cfu\o£)-f?otc gcíoft^ 

gc^f, 1995 

A5 Aiffe^nn tem fcdorj nó a\\ ^on^c c<Aoifj tiom fe^t 
'VIÁ bxMte if te^t héirvexmn 'f A mbeit te ffu\oitte 

te^rh. 

An be^n b-A rhém tiom f émit) mAoi , úf eAT) te,dc : 
t3e^n fúg^c téigexmnc-A ó^omn-A óAom t-Aif ce^pc, 
t)e-<m s^n cLaon, g^n fctéip, g^n ptntnp, 5-An óte^f, 
1f pé mé-AT) ^ f pf é ní gt^ot)f ^mn conjce a te<dt. 2001 

tlá me^tUvó cú cfvéxvo -Af ftéirj r\Á T)fu*onJe,4ccx\ 

OAV\, 

Y\Á Aif^e^T) ctdon te oúorj nÁ beit Cftnnn 1 

gce^fc; 
t)éró An ce^nn-An 50 cféit, gan rj-dogAt, av\ rjtn*óe 

f an rjr\e«Ac, 
Sm imtigte ^n fpfé 'f An fméirvte fníomt^ te-AC 

tílo te^dfc mÁ gUxcpMf, rjíot) ^g^c, if ctnrhmg 

póf 2006 

A ti-Aóc f e-Af c-dpxMt) *oo cf e^f cf^"ó cLáoiTjce 1 n^teo, 

An c-é^n rje^f -Ag-AC 1 T)c<MfCit) 'p 1 nxríon 1*0 

t)Ó1T) 

tlá Cféi£ a\\ a fArh-Ait ><\cá ajt rj-AfvrvA n^ cru\oitje 1T) 
•óeom. 2009 

TiÁ c^fvctiifnig c<AfUMT) c<\f ca\\a\t> mÁ bíT) s^n fcóp, 
Se^c^in tucc rjUvoxxip, ciot) te^ntj^c t>íT> 1 gctót) ; 
pé-Aó, CAtjxMrv -Aife, if mx\ccn^i 1 av\ cftige 'v\a 

geobxMf 
5^c t)tnne s&r\ ce^tg t>o £>[u\tp^irv cpe^rj t)ife^c 

T)óifj. 2013 



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32.— 1S pOU URÍín AlStUlg. 
[l^fSnó <áfv bxSf -An Ac^f Conctibv\]\ tk\ nAfSÁin 
.1. f^s^fic búit)-bfu\Cju\c be-áóc-rhúince Cfu\ibte*ió 
c^orhnAó coifftgce *ou\t)v\ T>(M|\ce..\c Tjeag-fcmptAÓ 
p-Ác^ó piojMc fíof-eoU\c 5|\u\tu\ó 5|\eit)ine.\c $lé- 
rhiAn^ó tíorhtA téige,v\nCv\ tán-CAMTjbfe<\ó mev\fv\j\tu\ 
méinne^rhAit món-ófioi'óe.Aó nu\Cv\ nóftfu\fi ne^rh- 
lom^rvCxAó ptv\nnTu\riu\it p<\i|\ce^ó pfvíorh-tóiTje-AÓ 
fvíogTJA ru\crh<An |\éim-t)í|\e<\c féirh foitbifv fíocóv\ncA 
CfvMÚAó crvéice^m<\it noó Tj'é^g 1 nDorhiu\c 111 ó\\ Ati 
c-^onrhATj IÁ Tjé^s óf cionn 20 tjo 1v\iuu\ifv, 1773.] 

1f fíof Cfím ^ifting guf fev\]u\T) <\|\éi|\ tu\m 
Tlró ótiifi fe-AtATj mé <\f mev\f\bv\t céitte, 2025 

gtifi cex\fc Ati bv\f , gv\n f|.u\f te 5v\eóev\UMb, 
pott^ if ftAic tjo fLev\cCv\ib éibif. 

t)ío*ó5Aim ftu\f, motuK\f, níof lóij\ T)v\m 

Ci^ av\ fec\bx\c tjo ctnc Cfé nirfi 'tu\ flv\0T)v\, 

gtifi ótof 1 ngte^nn coif v\bv\nn im Cv\ob-fv\, 2030 

C.<\oin-got mtu\ 50 cfu\róce 'ita tu\otu\f\. 

1f éx\fCAiTj fice^f 5v\n eAffiA'ó, g-dti év\*Ov\c, 

1£Á Tjém -An gtnt Tu\j\ tiom bv\ piu\octu\ ; 

T)o *óe.v\f\Cv\f fít)-bev\n Í05riu\j\ ,v\Of\tu\ 

Af b|\tu\c 11 ,a Lv\oi if í <v\5 Cv\oi tu\ mb|\v\onc^. 20 



CAomeAt>. 79 

& X)ava T)Á fníorh, if T)U\oite a céibe 

*OÁ rzAtAX) xmci ^ntMf 50 btMn x>Á bpfvé^rhAib, 

Umte T)eofv z&\\ fóif tm DC-AOfCxvó, 

OftMt) if ^t^t) -Afi t^f\ 4 ctéibe. 

X)a gfie^nnc-A a gn^oi, X)A rhíonLd & nadTMn, 2040 
X)a gcáfvfi a bfvAoite f tiróce ,Afv" fvé^tc-'óe^fvc, 
X)a tonnrtóó tite cfé ttnfne r\A gc^orv^ 
A5 OAipnifvC y x\& Sfvu^-ó, if 5^n tu^t) cm géitt- 
fe^vó. 

T)o C05 a ce-Ann céf\ c^nnct^c cé^fc^, 

)f T) , xMtiAifvc mife bí 45 T)fvtiiT)im 'f -A5 cé^fvn^rh 2045 

j|;\ n-A *o^it ^\n Cjvác fom, 'f T)'éifvgit), 

1f me^f-Ann gtti^ife^cc u^im f^oi né^tc<Mb. 

gtifi f?Mffvtiige^f t)i, T)o gttt m^f péAX)Ay, 

IpÁt A CtirhxVO 1f CÚ1f A gé^fv-gtllt, 

X)'frrve^5^if\ T)úinn 50 búc te fénfie : 2050 

" 1f f ott^f ^tifi T)tnne tú x\r\ tnrve^f b^it) céitte, 

" An Cf^c n^\6 fe^f T)tuc te^s^t) <\n péA|\U\ 
Ón bpfu\mnc ctig ctú 50 cr\iúc^ib Cirve^nn, 
Conóub^f Wa riAfv^^in, fxxs^fvc gfunMc béAfAó, 
T)o caitteAt) x\nocc, ciot) -oocc ^n mé<\t4." 2055 

poccAim a hx\mm 50 c^p^it) *oon f\éitcex\nn ; 
tTlife Ctíotm&, a\\ fí, ón téit-CfuM$; ; 
Cf^it)ceAóc cug^c-fx\, ,AT)tib^fvC, -d rhéifvtig — 
CféAT) nÁ f Cfv^c-úim tú 1T) b^ttAib ó óéite : 



An cfvÁc 1 n-Af\ ftntmgif tif\fx\ tia ctéife, 
íf corh^ifvte T)ín ha t>}a*úact:a riAomtA, 
! t)í 1 fvéim Y 1 n^fuvo^m f.Á ce^nmAnn C|\éinvfe, 
' tc te^^^t) 5^n m^it>m if fefóm-ó^.; U\ocfuVó ? 



2060 



80 Arhfx\m Gog^in ftu^it) tlí SúiUe^Mm. 

AT)ubx\ifc au x\mnif, T)om ffe^s^ifc, te*o f\<\of- 

óexvo, 
Coifc *oom ge^ffxvó 50 n-x\i tf iffeAT) fcéx\t *ouic, 2065 
1f, T>'éif mo tuf^tf, mÁ tui^tf guf *Ox\of mé, 
1T)é^\n -oo toit if fcoitt mo géd^. 

-An Cx\n T)o buxMtexvó cux\n nA féite 

T)o óofvfvtiig T)o bío'ús, *oo Uon-|\it mé ^nti, 

tlíofi p\£x\f bfun'úe-An r\Á fró-Uof x\efe<aó, 2070 

tl^t n-Á beAtitu ó 5<\iltirh 50 t)é<<\ru\, 

H^|\ tugx\f cu^irvT) if tUx\t-tti|\Af éA\*oc|\om, 

Sít 50 ru\trhAf\, if Atnuf 50 HéAfCAi'ó, 

1f ftu.<\g 5^\c be-Ann-A f*\ a n-<\|\m^\ib c<\ob tiom, 

1 5CorhAif CAb^\ftx\ ó •óe.\|\Cx.\ib ^n &A54 ; 2075 

Híof fC-AT)x\f T)om f<\i£ 50 t)CÁltl15 m\orh-gut 
C115AIT1 cfím fcím te T)íogf*\if pcéálCA, 
tl^f b'f utáif T)ó ffe^5^\ifc 50 ftx\ite^\f tk\ óéite, 
1f guf ge,<\ff Acfopf ftlxMt A fr<\og<\it. 

laf ^ctof -oúinn 50 *oc<\int5 tk\c & U\ete, 2080 

1f 50 nT)ex\fn^ Ctíot)n>A ^\ -oíce^tt f<\ot<\if 4if, 
T)'éif rh^itirh T)on b^b, Á\\ ngÁif te óétte 
T)o óuif ,<\ táfc Cfé Ctáf tuifc éibif. 

UAltt 1f 5Á1f 1f Cf^"Ó-gOt éA^n^ó, 

1f ^fUAim tf Stám if tán-coóc éigrhe, 2085 

Jfe^'o^'ó b^f if fCjUAC^t) céibe, 

t)fón if caoi 50 cíocfu\ó cé^fC-A. 

. / ]y\ 

T)o rh-áitexvó fp.Áf ón I1IÁ15 50 téit-ótoió, --- / 

1f ón t<\oi git 50 tiirnex\t té-Ati-toó, 

&r\ boóc 'f ^n noóc 50 *ooóc 'jumi méAtA 2000 

Ufé te,AfCxvó ^n bite cex\nn uff^\i"ó n<\ ctéife. 



CAoinexVó. 81 

ZÁ stóf if 5-ÁftA 1 ^CtÁji ttnnc éittiji, 
Cao\ va mbfumne^tt fiorc4it)te féntie, 

\ACAC T)Oltb 1f ^OtxMpC X)AVL AOVZA, 

1 n-oi-dit) -An f?tACA *oo zeAvóAX) 50 'oéi'óe^nAc. 2095 

flíof b'iongn.A'ó tiom An cSiuin r>Á n5éimye^*ó, 

Ab^mn X)Á Iauvó 'r- ^n Cti^n^c cpAovAó/ 

An féit 'f x\n t)figro 'f ^n f umfexmn fé<Anm<\n, 

1f gte^nn Ab^nn tH^e t>á gcttnnim c^n ^on-crnut. 

Caoi n-A mb^n if 5f\e-A*OA , ó va scéxvo-fe^n, 2100 

tUitt-guc bÁb 1 ViseA\\Áv\ 'v 1 n^éAp-got; 
I llíon U\cc mo -óe^nc, ciot) re^cc ^tip T)é^n<\c 
T)oitb T)U-Ainc *oo ctixMt) -ún vcéAt r>Am. 

' X)o cu aIa cAo\-yc\\eAT> cAomce^ó cé^fca 

C^c ^c cftáit)ce cÁvrftAi(\ rftAoc*o^, 2105 

1 Y\a vnviÁ v\A te^nb *oo t>aIza n^ hCine^nn 

t«5 fUg A t>f\OttAlg -gAVl COIgltC 'f A f^Ofl-tACC. 

1^|\ gctof va v^Á\\tA n^^iocQ^c gé^f-gtnt 
^Coicce^nn, te ríoc, ón *ocín 50 céite, 
U15 f^on-rnuc c<\qi-guit fíof tem c^oiti-'óe^nc, 2110 
Cne-AT) if ofn-At) 50 foc<vin im c^oib t)eir. 

1 nT)Mit) Avi bite X)A cotn<\inc X)Á cfé^*OAib, 
CottuAinte CAom x>Á nT)íon a\\ fx\otcom, 
1 gcéitt X)A cofitiAit te SotAtti g^n féAn^t), 
1f 5^6 céicf x>Á -^cavxAí) tdo t^nn<\m$; Ay í!x\onV 
rcnipc. 2115 

X)tÁt-%Ay btnt)eAntti^n bníogtti^n bé^f^c, 
I C^fc^nn^c c^itttie^f cfÁibce^c CAomn^, 
\ T)wneAZA t)1at>a mAn-ce<\nc *oé^\ncAc, 
| ptAite^ttiAit f^itcedó yÁlAC fé^fC-Aó, 



Wi Arhf^m 6og<\w TltMiTJ tlí Stíittex\b<\m. 

5f\Mn-fU\ic ^AOife^ó gníotivgtAn ^Ae-úeAlAó, 2120 
tAf^triAit tonnfAó teomx\nc<\ téi*oirie^c, 
\T\eA]"A\\x)A míonU\ mín-cx\ff m^\ofvt),<\, 
Tle^jrcrhAfi 1 ngníom^pc^ib iu\oiT)e^nc.\ tiAorhúA. 

pU\nnTK\ oirvúeifc, doIU 'gup péAftA, 
TlAcriuvrv T fix\gx\it, fi^n<\6, féim-ce<\fc, 2125 

Somne^n'OA fctMtrró^ ftiAimne^ó féiifi-'úfteAé, 
U^icnex\m-AC cjmacac fu\nfx\c céiCfeAó. 

Réitce^nn foU\if, if eoóv\if m\ nTK\of-ceifc, 

Céifv n^\ n-otU\rh, if cob,\f tu\ héipeaóc, 

pémicf fO|\tifc^\, foice,\m 5411 pAOt^At), 213(1 

*Oéx\f 5^\n coigitc, if potU\ gom rc^oruvú ; 



Sx\oi T)o me^rjptng e,\>u\-|\ 1 T éife,\cc 
6v\5iix\T) if mt 1 bptmncv\ib T)péAóCA; 
L^MT)in if T)^At)s(r,\ pocóiUce if TvontuM'r. 
Cne,<\fCx\óc te ctntime if mítfeAóc W(u\j-U\. 



0213Í 



)?U\1C T)0 bOCC T)0 COIfCOvVÚ >ClV<U\im. 

ScAOitceoifv ce,\fA "oo U\5<\ib te Tu\ontu\ec, 

ÓfTuvróe T)iATJv\ tu\ig tu\ nTu\o|\-cncuvo, 

1f /o iAT)v\i)\e TuMngeAn ati *\?u\iru\ v\j\ fu\0|\-b|\iii*o. 

6<\ftu\ -oon ceAp tu\f tne,\t <\ pj\cu\tiu\, 2140 

5éx\5 T)on bite cá bite.\tiu\it cjMob-JUf, 
ptv\niroA Cv\om T>on fíofj tu\j\ cU\octtng 
TXntte nÁ Tj|\e.\c guf se-áffuvó a fu\ogv\t. 

Uobx\f 5^\n Cf,\gv\Tj bí U\n t>o fu\ontu\cc, 

pe.vAT)^ri 1 ngmom tf TTU\oif 1 -ocféicib, 2145 

Hí't x\cc curha 1 T>cfvitióv\ib éibif 

O ce^\fCv\Tj 50 hóg é 1 bptóf a fu\ogv\it. 



I 



Cx\omexvó. 83 

U-^ca tn^|\ pót Da.\ cotfu\if\tec\c cf\éc\TM, 
ÍWa\\ t1c\orh túc T)o fCftíTMt) nx\ nAom-céicr, 
ÍTL\f\ Oom t>o rjAifu av\ ÍTI-ac *oo cé^r<dt), 2150 

tló tnc\f\ p^cVoruMs, f<c\ró 11^ ri6if\ec\nn. 

Utngfe^ó T)^in Cc\f\ b^rrocMb t)c\ot\-ceifC 

X)S pe^b^f te jMgrj-áit 1 n-,c\ic}\ec\b péiTjtnn, 

T)o ótnriexvó te fU\cc 'iia 5cec\f\c 5^0 5<\et)ec\t-cr\e<\b 

1 mt)c\nbx\ gttu\if ^nn^f ó 6ibec\f\. 2155 

tlí't b,c\b gtAn-gf\tic\t)c\c nÁ cticMffce ^er\ec\c, 
í 1 $citt, 1 5Cc\f\ccMf\, 1 5CACA\if\, r\Á 1 tru\ot-Uof, 

Ó ctic\n ponn-cr\c\gx\ 50 cruMg toc,<\ 6ifne, 
I flc\c ctof a ng^if 'f a ngt^nti 'fc\n éc\cc fo. 

D'fiofftngevAf, if í c\g pite<vó T)éc\fu\, 2160 

Cc\f\ g-cMb ftnm b-An <u\omce 6if\ex\nn ? 

T)'ff\ev\5v\ifv TMtn 50 T)oitrj pruxoóTM, 

ZÁ x\n c-éAóc f\ó orjc\nn te ctoifcm, ciotj mec\tc\. 

Híofv rj'fMT)v\ *otiinn fc\ ftntiic 'n-c\f\ n-Aon<\f\, 

5uf gcvif fCAoc 50 cc\omcec\c Cx\ob tmn — ■ 2165 

^oibitt CfvxMge 'f a fCx\CA bc\n c\ofCc\, 

tTlv\t)tion 6c\ttc\ if cec\nn bec\nnc\-cntnc gféme. 

t)<\infvíogAn bfvtnTJne Cf\c\oibe c\n éifvttg, 

t)ec\n fróe finfec\f\ cUinn ttlic SécvmcMf, 

1Tlif mgec\n T)cMf\e, 5fvc\mne if ,céite ^2170 

Curic\ncc\ ec\tmc\, ccMttecVú te cU\on-bec\r\c. 

A n-Áif\ex\m fúT) TMf\ tiom ní fé-cVOfx\mn, 
Acc Ccvmig ctig^mn ^ac bfvumneAtt bc\oc-gem, * 

Ó tc\oib Cntnc tomtge 50 nimec\j/*Mb t)é<\rw\, 2174 U 
< A5 Cc\oinecvó c\n cfo^Muc bí 5e/nmnc\c cr\éicec\c. 



84 Arhftáin GogAin 1íua\X) tlí Súitle^tMin. 

/&5 tAóc-A*ó a n^oe^fc 1 bf^ff-tvo a céite 
go pju\f a^ caoi 'f ^5 fníorh a ^c^ot-b^-p, 
1^T)-f^n uite ^tif mife 'fx\n méAU, 
Ufé b^f Concut)^if\ cftitxMtiAit téige^\nc*\. 

1 T)Cx\oib ^ g^otc^, <<\ n-^ifev\iri ní *óé,.\nf*vo, 2180 
Ciot) gtifv fíof-fcot u^oifex\c f^of é, 
1f fU\c<<\ bx\ gn^úx\c cÁf\c*\ó cféite<\c 
t)fonncx\c bfíogiri.\|\ fíonCv\c péAfCAó. 

Opc^itc T)o gn-Át fonfi TK\irh if éigpe, 

Ux\ifue^\t bÁ]\xj if cÁifoíot ctéipe, 21N5 

CifCin tticc fiuV*K\it if cti ik\ n-<v;ciK\c. 

1f cx\bx\if\ ik\ mbAincpe-AbAó bpeit>m-tA5 c('k\]Xv\. 

'íw'^X^itlf-g^f óg, 5-An feoT) ik\ pcAon-A*ó, 

Lí^Y* f^ *t)i^T)c^\c p-Aipping ik\ nt>e-Atb t>o ]U Mt)ce^ ó, 

t)te^\cc-<\it)e biu\t)Aó v\j\ t)UAn-Aib éipe-AÓc, 21!>0 

1f nófA.\it)e ceoqic a\\ pe-AÓCAib ctéipe. 

X)Á mb'eot •oaih tAoi"ót:e a pfotii-At) le héipe-AÓc, 

T),v\mtu \ caúaó, nó nK\|\V>iK\ céápCA, 

U|\u\n a gníorh ik\ puim a tpéiúe 

T)o gfK\n-ctij\ píop 50 cjunnn ní féxvop-Ainn. 2 1 í > 5 

1f c|\tu\g a <\tv\i|\ 50 poipbte AopcA 

T)íombÁit)ex\c t)k\cju\c T)iAn 'jk\ mí\\U\. 

t-ACC A fOfC te COCC X)S tAOfCAt) 

Ufé feoóAt) an vjVk\iVV bv\ cVú T)-á pf\é<Arh-pcoc. 

X>a\\ T)tK\c, if Át)b.\j\ Cv\if te héipce*\óc 2200 

U<Mtt a iru\tv\f acá 5-An éipe-Aóc, 

gx\n meAbv\ij\, 5A11 cu\tt, 'iu\ x>u\it) 50 cé-AfC-A, 
1f niop b'iongiuvó tmn-ne tk\ pitpe«vó ik\ b|u\on- 
c<\ib. 



Cáoinexvó. 85 

tlí ínongn^'ó tiom ipÁ pú*óx\f a g^otcd 

1f 50 fott^f p-Á t)tit)-t)fu\c cúrhA-ó n^ cca^oza 2205 

1f g^n cotfig^f aca te ce^óc^f tm g^otc^ 

Acc Cfé n-x\ ceifc r\Á\\ ceip ón tiféite. 

1f é 'oeife^'ó 5AÓ fmtnce T)tnr\e a Cf éi^e^n, 
1f ó cuife^t) mo pe^nn n^ó ce^nn étim f^oc^if, 
giif fot^rh mo óex\nn ó og^m T>féx\cc<\, 2210 

1f 5-An e^g^f r\Á urhx\it ionnx\m r\Á éife^cc. 

1f giif fU\TMi*óe av\ bÁf atzá 1 nTMn x>á\k X)zéA\yr,A\r\ 

Ó gewexvó Á'OAtn x\ff <\ if Gfj^ ; 

ílí't A£<\tr\ actz 5Uit)e te ínnncmn e^gn-Aig 

Ctim -Amgit if nAoim fceic fíof x>Á AovA^eAcz. 2215 

1f -Acctnn^e ctif, Cfé mrh a óé^fc^, 
Ctim ém-Thic tTltnrve ftMif iom<\fOA péme 
An^m x\n T>i<<vó,<\if\e "óia*ó^ féirh feo 
T)o gLdo<vó 50 íiurh^t 'ti-A cúifvC sav\ é^fA'ó. 

Sc^oitim fe^fc^ mo p^iT)if s^n fé^nxvó, 2220 

Sx\itm TXáitn if p^if ^n ém-ltlic, 
putce at\ Amgit if ce^cc-A v\a Cfé <\noif, 
ÍTlAf g^fTM a^ a AV\Am 50 pt^ice.^f r\A tl^orh 
nge^t. 

AV\ feAUC tAOlt), 

P^T) com 1 T)c^ifce atza ÁX)X)A\\ cÁif ftixvú, x\ tíog, 
Crvob4i|te ce^nnxMf cáró t>LáfCx\ tm^tuxc binn, 2225 
piAnrwA if tex\b^rv T>'páf T)o rh^icib fu\ib u^ifte if 

U\oic. 
Conctib^fv tJ^\ riAfvSAin, f^g^fvc f^m f u^itiine^ó f Íócac. 




VI. — ArhjAAin tTlotUA t)Aii. 



33— T)Á mt)' élJS mé. 

(AnijtÁn A5 motAX) tflÁijte injeAti Ki-oijic ah T)úm.) 

X)Á mb' éigf mé óe-Appvó t)ikmica r\e ptK\immc if 
U\oit)ce, 
50 céicfe^ó, uAime*\c, piopcAit>te, 1 5CAorh-fuif\ni 

CÓlfWVO 

Uféice if ce-Apcap btu\TK\c-temb tu\p*\it 00 |\íorh- 
tfAirni, 223fl 

Scéirh <a 5ftu\T) 'p vA fiontK\-cj\uc cá péirh pulc- 
tÍlAJA pógAó ; 
1p *Oj\éirn|\eAó •ot.Agt-Aó thk\U\c a ctu\óA 'p ip bun 
ciug, 
5° pé^rvtAó pctu\b.Aó muir\e«MU\ó A5 pU\0TKVó 50 
bfói5, 
1f f^\0|\ T)om rheAf 'f if pcuAtiróA neAm-g)\tK\mTK\ 5A11 

T).A0lt- ÓeAp, 

A héÁ.vo.vMi ptu\irhneAó pomeAniroA té|\ cpéAóc-rhitl 
te,AT) C|\eom. 2233 

1f CAOt A bjlAOI, t1K\|\ AOITCAip pitltl 

Ó ctéij\e.Aó crunnn, aj\ T)eA|\c $au pmót, 
'Sa béát CAip binn, nu\p féipe píT>e, 
<A{\ céATUMb ftutin T)o PPfe^s-Anp ceol ; 



Arhf^in tTlotCA tMn. 87 

<Cá site an tite 'na te^CxMn fntngce ^5 c<Mfmifc ftif 
n^ c<\ojid; 2240 

1f tníonUx mo-óArhAM, gan ptrimp, ciotj 05, 
An féitce-dnn rhAOfTj^ rhxMfe^rhAit, 

Ríog<\n fnotMtfnul C-AicneAfh-Ac, g^n ce^c^ifie^cc 
'n^ ctófj. 



A rjf^g^ tn^rv oaU 45 sttnMfe^cc ^rv óu^nc^ib n^ 

CAoroe, 

'Sa -oéme Tjtúc^ mioriA cujtfcA ^ ^ot-TXát ^n 

r^ót, 2245 

1 bán-ófvob be^fc^\f ftu^Mgce 1 T)Cfe^f-fu^c^fuMb 

coimeAfc.Aif, 

éifc if cfvúip if -ouitte coitte ^f né^rh-bfu\c,<Mb 

ffvÓltt, 

mtpAs eAlzA 1 mbu<Mc ctucrh,<\f u^ccf^Mg %ac crv tnnn 
gUif ' ^ 

géif e if cotúif if 5^0 uite Oube, f^otcom if fóin, 
)<mtj if tMfc^ ^5 tu^rodTj 50 tu^imne^c fie s^oit 
gtdm, 2250 

S^ocAf fitirjUc^fionn^ig gtic t>á 'ocf^oc^t) te cóif; 
1f ^é^fi Y if cftnnn %avi tédnxvfj ^ cíoc^ 

Hé^c^ a^ ctí m^f\ fne^cca tó^, 
1 f S^c séA^ tjou fíob te céite 45 cíge^óc 

50 mé^fv & cfoige %&x\ e^fb^Mfj 1 scóifv ; 2255 

] míonU, féirh f if \>&x\&á\A\1 aw xMnmrv cne,<\fc<\, 

rhAOft)^, 
">o rjeif ctAoirjce ftóg, ^n brvíg, 5 ^n gtóf, 
1 T)Cim-óifc cóiffe if x\npMTj, 

11 Cfvác cít) ax\ óig |\«5 rj^fvfv^ 1 scnuc ó g^Mtce^nnxMb 
tiA 5CÓ15. 



; 



88 Arhjváin 6ogAin TIu<mt) tlí Súitte^rócMn. 

ScxMT)-rje^n £<\fc,A g|\tiAMT)-geAL *oo cu^me v\a fíog- 
fUit, . 2260 

t)x* féife,c\c fíoncx\c ffe<AfCc\Uó 'nc\ n-^ol-bfunj 
r\e cóip, 
*0'f,c\f t)o ce^p n^ f tixMr\c-f e-Aji t>o cHumt) cec\nn<\f cf íce, 
1f rj,c\ tféc\n tutrh^jt 5<\ifcevMiu\it r\oirh rjéitnev\ntuMtj 
teorruMi, 
U<\m T)o ótcc\óc<vó T)tu\nc<\, rjte^óc ftu\tu\ 'guf 
T)fu\oite, 2264 

péite, ftúiffe if fxMffin^e gAn féc\n<vó, 5<\n 50, 
tlÁf -c\r\ e<\ó-cMó 5ftu\5:ACv\, ttuvúvML. riit, if aoibne-df, 
Céime túit, if <\cftnnn mjvc, Cv\j\ cr\tu\iu\irj 1 *ocóij\; 
t)é T)o pfíorh-ftul péicf T)o fín 

Ón n^féis te ftíc -oo tu\j\Cv\iV)/eoit, V 
gé^5 T)o ófAoirj tu\ U\oó Vja fíoóTXA 2270 

LéiT)rhe^ó t<\oó*o<\ U\ntu\ 1 T>cói|\, 
t)uróe<\n te f<\orjv\r\ 1 t)cr\e-AfAirj ctifce cAiftrnrvce 1 
n-xMn éi^m, 
Y £u<\ir\ míoff if fcóip if cíof pe cóif 
1 5cr\íoó<Mrj |?óT)l<\ peAf-Ann-gt Aif, 
S<\oite ófóTM if *Oj\v\5v\in oitce ó]\ fCv\£<vó ife v\n 
T)Cóif. 2275-85 * 

1f -ÁUrnn, <\tUMt), ftuu\t)-glv\n, <\n fctu\ir\e t>e<s-£- 
gníottu\ó 
gé^rv-fe^jtc fu^vó if <\ scotruMfC uite *.\n Vjéit- 
mttif 05, 
t)eif\ f-cMtce fte.v\t) if ftu\fCv\itc T)o ctu\me tu\ Tu\oij\fe, 
1f bíT) ctéif tf u<Mfte «\\\ minic-cui|\ev\t) 1 5Cv\omtuóc 
n<\ hóige ; 
A c<\it T)o te<\t 'f^ ctuMfifc 50 ctu\ncAirj tu\ cíj\e, 2290 
1 5céirmr3 rju<vó,c\ c*\r\ rjfunnnev\tU\irj zá atí ór\<\orj 
xMCi f óf ; 

* In counting the lines, ten have been'added here to agree with 
vocabulary. 



ArhjvÁm ÍTIotcA X)At\. 89 

Za mÁntAóc c^if e if f u,<Mf ce^f 50 rjtixUMó na gn^oi 
gUin, 
Pfvé^rh tjo gttixMf ó gite-6ite rhémne via ftóg; 
tléitcexMm eoUMf rjéice póT)Ux 

An rhxMg-oe^n 05 fo if gfve^nnc^ gnúif, 2295 
Cao\k ^Lan óirv if rjtAOTJm g^n ftnót 
tloc Tj'f^f ^f pófv-f coc óe^fc 5 1 °t>úm ; 
gtnfjim tji Cfíofc m-Af ce^rvm^nn tjS nxMMCxMt a\\ 

tMog^t, 
1f céite ctms^nc-Aó, fé^nrh-Af, fúg-Aó, 

UfvéATMó, cfúipe^c, fe^f^nn^c, 2300 

tl^f óLdon te ttnceifv ce^tg^c if nÁ f CAonfxvó x)Á nóf. 

gtiiTjim fvéimex\f m^fv t>A t)ti<At tjó, Tjon ófUMTj-ótirwvó 
óf fíotfvtng 
Ar\ céifj-fionn rjé^fAó, ce^nn^f^c, ftig céim-rá<\ffw* 
a\[ ógAirj, 
1 mémn, 1 me^f, 1 mófvfj^óc, 1 n-tiAifte^cc, 'f 1 
ngníorh^fvCAirj, 
1 scéitt, 1 ngné, 'f 1 gc^fvCAnnAóc, 1 fcéirh-ófvtic if 
ctót), 23C5 

50 féxvorh^fv fe-AfCxMf ftixMrhneAó 50 fti^Mfvc foitrj 
f-Aoifvfe^c, 
'S^n g^orrcA a§ rvéit)ce-Ac ce^f ntngce if TMOf- 
rjfvtnTje ftóg, 
1 f\éim 5^n rheAC, ^aw rjtixMTjfve-At), g^n Tjti^Mfce^f wá 
Tjxxoiffe, 
5^ri rjéim, ^An tj^ogAt, ^av\ rj^fCATj a^ t>ic, 5^n 
téxmxvú n^ tofón. 
5^n éA^ 50 TjcígiT) te céite aw T)íf 2310 

1 5Cém c^f ctimn te 5fv ATMtn rhófv, 
5é^5-d 5foit)e -oon gfvé^g-ftnt fvíogt)^, 
SéxMn^f cfvoitjexMti^Mt tza^a, if Seon, 



90 Arhfiáin Oog^m tlu-dnj Úí Smlle&X)Ám. 

t)xvó g^ifoe^c 5<áifv -A n-,drhx\fUM ^5 p^gfjÁit feitb 

eifvue a fmf e^fv, 
1f f^ofó^ fóg-Aó, te tném *oon fceot, 2315 

X)o c^ofcpMnn rjeoif if rje^c-tnfce, 
1f bxvó foittf e^c tóófumn U\f<ArruMt im ó^ot-óforj 5^0 

neoin. 

<An ce<Mi5At. 
Hí't f-án r\Á me^rviigA'ó a\\ gUm-órvú An temrj feo 

xVOUfj^fC, 

X)ÁX) T)o óe-Afvc-cnú gdipcexMiuMt 1UiiTjij\e *mi TXun, 
ííl^nt^ó tuMixMiuMt geAnátfiAil rhioó-Airi Tje*\g-ótú- 
rh^it, 232Í 

1f í ÍTI^irve rhxMfeArh^it ge^t-ptúrv CU\inne 5 1orj ú ln - 



34 — x)Á mt>\Aon mé 1 T)uui5sinu éipe^óc. 

(fonn : rrtAiT>e<.\n ceói^ ihk\ijv -o'eijieóc<\inn.) 

X)Á mb'^on mé 1 T)cui5fmc éipe*\óc x>o Léigpe4« 
ctncim ÓAOfif, 
é^cc^ CoiUMtt, lléitt l)uil), Cuinn, éibifi, if 1k\oif, 
5^6 céim *oo fic tu\ Sf^S^S *- e pAO&^F A 5 pittedj 
tlétin, 
ÚU5 T)fvé-ACCv\ fCfíobCvA ^5 éi5fit) <\]\ Léiri-pcruof iu\ 
Ufu\oi, 2321 

Uféice cifc if fcéirh-óf\ut v\n péA\&A rhitif, ivmojvím, 
X)o téijug optu\ if *Ov\o|\-cnev\*o 1 n-éin-pe-aúc uv 
óforóe, 
5<xn rjéim 'p^ E cu \ x ^ e céite 50 néáC-A fiungce téige- 
xmica, 
ní péAT)f«Ainn CfunnneAf fcéit *\]\ &r\ néim-gein tjo 
fviorruvó. 



ArhjrÁin ÍTIotc^ t)x\n 91 

1f péAftAó T>lAO]teAC r>\\é\m]\eAc \*Iaot>ac fígce 
pAOti-LAg, 2330 

A céib -Ag cuicnn téi-fi 50 c*\ot-cfoi§ a\\ bíf, 
»4 ^\ej\ if f utc ir f^ofó^cc 'im hé^TMn f ui*óce 1 n-ém- 
fe,<\cc 
'S if néAZA a bf Aoice ^\f\ fé^\tc- > óex\|\c^ib cU\onx\ n& 
rui*óe, 
ZÁ cao^a if ttnfne cfx\of ac Cfé nédtfi ^\n tite gté^it 
A5 ptéiT) Y^5 fiormxvó 1 n^é^f-óAC 'nx\ féim-teA- 
aain gf\mn, 2335 

1f x\on aca ni géittf e*vó *oo féif mx\f CU151T) éi^f e 
Seo av\ céim *oo cug ,\n ófu\ob T)1 c^f béicib n<\ 

^CfíOC. 

f téif guf bmne x\ féif-gob zá bé<\f^\c, rmoóxvif, 

CfWAOfVAC, 

TÍÁ zéAXtA cftnc tm fv\of-fpfex\5^\ > ó a^ méx\fv\ib 
50 CAOin, 
1f m^\f géif a^, fic ^\f caoIzaiX) fcénfi a cneif fx\ 
hx\ot-cuif\p, 2340 

'S 5^\n bféig if gite *oá mb'féiT)if\ a héAT)x\n 'f a 
píop, 
p c<\ot-óf\ob rnuigce ^\f TMOf-bft<\c 1 n-éife^cc 
cuif\ex\nn 5té^\fCx\ 
Wa céAT>JZA cufxvó a§ cféAn-ftA\T)^ , ó a céite \ak\ 
mbfungm, 
6in x\n t)oi|\e 6|\^\ob^ig g^n f éAr\At> ptuc if téic-bfuuc, 
tl^of c^\ig ioU\if fx\otcx\oin if éifc x\f x\n tmn. 2345 

Ux\iT) ^oncA cfumne 5éx\fx\ n^f téx\nuig ctif n^ cté- 
bif c 
Wa féx\T)x\ |\mn' mo géAf-fUvo 5<vn cU\ocUvú a\\ a ctí. 
'Sif né^\c^\ a f of c T)o óf ex\ccnuig nx\ céxVocA -aca mx\f 
féitceAnn 
T)o cf eige^nn fuc nx\ rpéif\e f onfi poebuf T)o 
cíge^cc ; 



92 Arhjrám Oog^m íltix\i*ó 13í ÓúilteAt>-áin. 

tlí f éi*oif\ tinn a Cféite te óéite cttf 1 n-éipe^cc, 2350 

X)a 6éim *oo t)ite téige^nc^ *oon éigf' cifc a fíorh^'ó, 

'S ^uf b'é gné 'guf fionnAT) x\ fcéirhe *oo téifig tné 

cum é^A, 

'S ní tMot tiom ctncirn Cfé feifc *oon pé^f\U\ 

fo rh^oit)im. 

& ém-1tlic 1Tliiifve cé<\fxvó, if f u*\ifv pém x\f óftnf *0Áfv 

fAOfuVÓ, 

Aoncuig cumAf f éime *oo t^og ge*\l mo óf oi*úe, 2355 
5^ti cx\o*o a cum^nn 5fé*\fuig cum tné *oo cuf ó 
*ó^ori-r3fvUi*o, 
tló if téif 5Uf *oume Cféit mé 5^11 f*.\oif e^m \&A 
óitt; 
& f péif-be^n mitif , m<\otvÚA\, *o'fúi5 fA\og<vo<\ fuifjce 
im tAOib *óeif 
pé^ó ^noif te*o |\\0|\-óeA*o mé a tféi^eAn n<\ó ctnbe 
5^ot axi ót,ifte téi^-fe fé -an bpém mo ófut *oo 
ófveACintng 2360 

1f mo cóa*o bev\nru\cc 50 tié^g^ib ^f b,\o£v\L\ib 

T)OT) "01011. 

corhus &n Ainm m\ mnÁ. 
ílí rheAf.Aim gttf cutbe Afíog<<\i|\ |v\ fcéirh ^va fttnvó 
5^n a li^mm 50 Cjuimn ^5 jwoitib f<\oj\iK\ a 

tUxVÓ, 

1f 5U\ca*ó 5-A6 fx\oi mu\j\ Tjíot 'fidfl ét|\ic tiv im 
11^\ó 5^\fC^\ mé 1 ngníotru\|\tv\ito tíorht<\ téíge<\ncv\ 
ftixvó. 2365 

tlum 'f av\ T)ó 50 T)tdt n^ -óeoró 
1f cúptA oaosáVo ^téAfc^ 1 ^cóifv 
'Sx\n 10*0 te<\n*\iT) 5f^ 1 5 1 S c*.\ró, 
Amm r\A mnÁ *oo óLaoi'ói'ó mo tpeoif. 



^ArhfVdin tt1otCx\ t)«<\n. 93 

míte gté^fUA ^té f\oim 01115, 2370 

1ltnf 50 *otút if péit 'n^ -óeoi*ó, 
VL\t if io-ó 1 ngf éigif gtmn 
A ftomne, if ní 1 ng^etnts. 

Pf\e^5fu\ A\y avi Uorhtif : Nelly Murphy. 



35.— T)0 CAlteAT) tlOttl SAOgAT). 

T)o cxMte^vó tiom f^og^t) cr\im x\iftms ^féif, 

te c-Aicne-Arh T)o r\éitce^nn rhÁnt^, 2375 

1f 5eAn.drh^it gné, c^ c^fvt^nnAó féirh, 

ÍTIot)^rh^it, te^.nrj^c, tru\ofvrj,<\, mxÁnt^, 
tlAócm.<\f n^ fprié ní gt<\cp\mn-fe téi-fi, 

AipsexXT), crvéAT), n^ txán-fcoc, 
1f x\f\ tAijvóe x\n cfx\ogAit mÁ gU\c<<\nn f í mé, 2380 

Hí fcáfipvo 50 tié^s te ttl^ifve. 

A c^f^ mo ctéib, T)x\f\ ru\TMf-f«<\ ^éitt, 

1f CAicne^rh cx\f\ £>éitirj CU\if\ ttnr\c, 
1f e^gtAó mé te cfOfAirj ^n cf<\ogAit, 

'Sau ce-ófc^f tzá téigce ^5 mn^. or\m, 2385 
gttf meAtU\f 50 cU\on te bU\T)<<\if\e^\cc rjéit 

5^c ^mnif *óe^\f *o'éifC tionV rw\i*úcirj, 
50 feAóAnfAif mé, 'f if T)e<\f\rj mÁ gnéif 

gtif gAifiT) *oom éx\g, a 1Yl^if\e. 

& rrMfCx\tAó féirh T)o óartAf ^An rjfvéig, 2390 
te c^icne^\m T)OT) gné git gfáf)tru\r\, 4 

&\\ fex\rjx\f T)o rhémne x\f\ rh^\ife T)o fcéntie 
Ce^tg te 5x\etirj gfiáiJA mé, 



94 ArhfiÁin Gog^m RtuMt) tíí SúitteAt)Áin. 

1f te ce^ngAt 1 ocpé<vo *oo ca\\at>, 010*0 léif 
gtifi pedfs^c "cao'oac CxM*o tiotn, 2395 

tlí 5<Aini*o TMtn fx\oife<Arii fCAipfe^vú mo péine 
5-An bUMfe 00 t)éit-fi, a tÍlÁipe. 



C101) T)eAfb ^tif céim pó-'óedCAif *OAtn é, 

A ce<\fC.Af *oo téige<.\x) ní pulái|i *o<\m, 
'Y\a inbeAfCAib ^5 cóacc ó tucwp 50 pé-Af, 2-100 

~C& a CAnn-fotc CfiAOb-Aó, pÁinne*\c, 
5<\n t)U*OAf if téi|\ te 1u\tiu\j\c 'u<\ 1icu\TU\n 

ÍTI^ife te féitiie if nu\nU\ec ; 
1TI^\tA *óe<\f c<\ot a\\ riuL\-j\ofc cU\on, 

T)o ceAtg 50 1k\oóiV) mé, a tílÁipe. 2105 



UÁ t-ApVÓ 11^ gCAOf lf fnOACCA 'tl-ó péim 

41<\ tcu\c.vMn cj\é gné iu\ bpeÁgtAóc, 

1f CAitce 'f if Cx.\otii ^An bUvoAf a *oéi*o 

'Sv\ b-AtfÁm-gOt) Cf AOf ac tÁn-c,Mp ; 

AigneA'ó fAO|\ aj\ óe-Atg 'f Afi óU\on 2410 

'S a be-AfCAf t)0 pfé-Afh-fCOC *ocu\J-'ca|\, 
tl-A beAfCA 5A11 bjtéig, if ní (lAócmAf \u\ fppé 

T)o gfeAtinf v\*6 Itom péin cti, A tílÁipe. 



Aj\ fteAf-Alb a ctéib cá nunu\ *óe-Af gcw\f, 

Uti5 tu\fjw\ tu\ fcéime ó utÁcwH'), 2415 

A píop cwMtce CAOtn, nu\|\ tneA|u\nn ^ac n-Aon, 
tw\ fwtiuMt te 5étf Af t'w\n-cpj\tic.* 



' MS. i^ defective in the remainder of tliis stanza. 



Aiiifuún íllotc^ t)*\n. 95 

1f gf e*\nncx\ 'f if néx\cx\ f ocdip, gan f c<\on<Yó, 2420 

A cop<\ 'f if é^fCMt) a UÁn-cpoig, 
'S if X)AC^riiAil fcléipe^c triÁMfe 'gtif ^ep 

ÍTlo cAicnnti za\\ céxvo T)o bx\b.<Mb ; 
Ux\f bex\f\c<Mb ^n Cfx\og,<Mt t>o fuVDAf-f^ f.<\Of\-ge,<\n 

T)i-fe 1 T)CAoib t<\e n<\ cr\Ácc,<\im, 2425 

'S Af bf\e<<\b.<Mb n^ a\\ cpéiT) t>o *óe.<\f c<\tb ^n fcéit 

Tlí fC-Aff-AT) 50 lié-Ag te TTU\if\e 

1f T>ex\f\b 5tt}\ cénn 1*0 xMgne^t), ^\ fé^tc, 

Aicex\fc tu\ bfvéicpe c^nng 
1 UVb^ruMb étpe*\cc be^\f\ctngce a^ féicte.<\c 2430 

Ce^tg-dó cU\on ^aí\ nxMpe ; >c~~"~ 

ílí't x\5-<\m 1 n-éif\ic m^\ftx\ í\a fcéx\t, 

Acc ce^n^t mx\f céite gn^c te^c, 
1 pe^ccxMb n^ ctéipe te-As^fc^nti z\\éAT>, 

1f fx\t) m^\i|\f \\\ r\Á cféig mé, a tiláir\e. 2435 

tl^ feAfx\im-fe, a t<\og \a c<\icnítfi -gAC n-.<\on, 

Af ce.<\5<\f c a\\ cé t\Á cru\cc<\im, 
'S m^ tex\tu\nn An pétm *oo ctex\cc<\nn te cp éirhf e, 

Óm' x\icm-fi if bx\ogx\t ex\f c<\tf\T)e,<\f ; 
5U\cme,<\nrru\if géttt'oom U\bx\f\CAib f*\o{u\, 2440 

1f *oex\r\bx\im fétn 1*0 t^c^Mf - 
50 gcAicpe^T) mo ju\e *oo rhx\U\if\c r\Á vqau 

'S 50 mAirve^\m <\ céite, a tílÁifie. 

1f peAr\fu\ tiom fém 'n^ b-<\f\fu\ T)o fpfé, 

Uú t) , e^fCAf t>o pfe^rh-fcoc T>e,<\g-'cx\r\ 2445 
Aicme fti-Aifi fvéim if ?;r\A > o^m if 5éitte*\Tj 

1 bfeAfvx\nn^\ib Cém if psitbe, 
tTitm,4 cionnc*\c cú pém, a ctim^mn mo etéib, 

1f mtf e 5^\n bpét^ bí 1 n*o^n T)tnc 
T)om c<\b.<Mf\ T)o géA$ if bUMf e t>o béit 2450 

1f jgUxcxMtn 50 n-éx\5 cú, a ÍTI^ife. 



98 AmfÁm Oog^m Uiumx) tlí Súille^b^m. 

36.— is auuiusoac géAti mo SCCAt, 

PA1UÍOU. 

(f onn : " An ÓAireAc ttóin.") 

1f ^ctnjif eAó <&é&\\ tno f céx\t, pMfíof ! 

1 s^npiof *oon cf,v\ogv\t te Cféirhfe *oom fiungeAX), 

X)o fe^ns mo gné, if ní't fpéif im $ru\oi, 

te c-Aicne-Arh X)o bé, pé 1 nCifmn í. 2455 

Uv\pv\ mo $év\5 if téif gnf cU\oix)e.\t), 
1f truMfe mo fcéitíie ctdocUvú C]\é 
5^c 5^t-áf if péin xu\j\ f-Aog^Tuvó cfíom, 
Ó *óe^|\c^f v\n bé, pé 1 n-Cij\mn í. 

te bAffvA mo $é<\^ ni téi]\ xu\m fCftfot>*vó, 2460 
1f mi teAngAin, mo Uu\n, ní't tXu\|\U\ cpumn, 
11í bU\fCc\ mo télCf 1 ng^oxnti^ ÓAOW 
te n-A rhotpdinn mo bé, pé i néifinn í. 

X)Á mbeic Oibix) if S*\eftu\|\ ('ucrvr gfoi'óe, 

1f Gijigit nÁ fCv\onfvVO *o \\on X)on T)íf, 2465 

^5 moUvó te céite ou\cc v\]\ rftnAOi, 

11íof óofrh-Ait tém bé, pé i néiftinn í. 

t)UV0v\f ná bftéAg níof téige<\f im U\oif) — 
th*T) Cv\j\ctnfnev\c é tiom fém nu\]\ ftige — 
Wá 5t<\5AMf\ev\cc bv\oc nu\j\ gnéit) pti"óe, 2470 

Ciox) óv\]u\f -c\n bé, pé 1 nCijunn í. 

1f xuMcce cmg pév\]\tAó fv\on-c.\if ftím, 

Cv\tru\|\|MC név\mju\c céibe v\ cmn, 

Ó bv\Cv\f A^ céx\cc 50 méi|\ & cjioije 

te Cv\f^ mo ctéib, pé 1 nCifmn í. 2475 



Aitijtáin tTlotca t)^n. 97 

tf mAife^c j^oaI féirh >a iióATMn mín, 
ff ima\\ fvtnbe *oi. céib 5*m t^fic 15 a bf^ot ; 
ZÁ ttiifne n^ ^c^of cfé ^ot ^5 brvtngo^n 
1 te^cAin mo Ldoig, pé 1 néifvmn í. 

1r* bAnArhAit féirh CAif mAOfóA a híogAf ; 2480 
1f cAitce *oeAf f AOf-mion viéAZA a cír\ ; 
A feArhAfv-fvOfc féi'ú-gtAf féitceAc junn 
te n-&\\ ceAt^A'ó mé, pé 1 néijvinn í. 

Ó cAitte.vó te tléten, féAó, mAC Pfvim, 

1f S^mfon te T)éite rhAOfVóA rhín, 2485 

WA 'oéAnAi'ó-fe éAóc c^fvéif fm T)íom 

XWÁ ctncim tem bé, pé 1 néifinn í. 

XWac lúpicef féin, ó'f é vo ct<\oi , óig 
AtAig if t>éir\, te géitt T)o rhnAoi o 

Ú^if geAn^mAit f éirh bí Cféirhfe a^ f níom — 2490 
Acc teAnpvo T>om fté, pé 1 nGifinn í. 

£éAó fe^t^T) ITIonc^ffon fém t>o fín 

1 *ocr\eAfAib n^ céAVZA U\oc g^n bpíg, 

te CAicne^rh *oo néirh-gem béAt-CAif rhín 

flÁf cofrh^it tem bé, pé 1 néifmn í. 2495 

1f *oe^fvb Ofpetif cttg f^of ^níof 
Ó ifjve^nn, fé m^f téigce^f tmn, 
te bmne^f a rhé^f, An féitce^nn óAoin, 
go gc^fvfA'ó mo bé, pé 1 nCifinn í. 

X>Á £>feicpé!<vú m^c é^fon U\og mo ófoi"óe 2500 
Sut Af CAifcit tTle-oéA 1 gcém 'n-A ttimg, 
An tomru\ CfvéigfeAt) fé 'f^xn cftigró 
te CAicneArh *oom t>é, pé 1 ndrvmn í. 



°í 



9K Am\\Ám 60541 n Ru4i*ó tlí Sú\lleAt)Ám. 

tr ipeAf^A tiom pém 546 tAoc X)Á\\ rhx\oi*óex\r 
T)o beic cj\eárc4f\C4 jmoh 'nÁ 1 f\éim nu\f\ bí ; 2505 
ílí rcAf\rA*ú 5<<\n ptéit) -otn ne éi^m *oíob 
t'ttire tem bé, pé 1 néijunn í, 

Aiccim ir éigim a\\ Aon-tVK\c, Cf\íorc, 

gó fn^M'ómigce^|A mé Cv\n béicib cfiíoc 

1 ^ce^n^^t n^ ctéi)\e téi 5*\n moitt, 2510 

'S a tiAinm ní *óéAf\, pé 1 néinmn í. 



37,—t iroé ts mé 50 -oéróevMuvc gAti 
tíR-gmnn. 

1 n*oé ir mé 50 *oéróe.\tu\c 5-An úf\-5f\mn, 

A|\ CAob ctuuc im <\otu\f\ 50 *ouu-c)\onJeAc, 

T)o C4f,<yó Ofim f pói)\-b(u\n au ctiit xniinn, 

'tl-A f\<Mb Ua|v\*ó iu\ 5c*\o)u\ 'tu\ gnfiif rhín. 2515 

t)o c|t<\pA\nAc, t)féim|\e-Aó, bi'u U\k" uu\c, 
pígce, cmg, néAriifidó, újt-fUm, 

U^icne^m^ó, péAftaó, cuinu^-Vu;ne, 
A mtiif\e4f\-j:otc tétce 50 5tún fíof. 

X)a gite a héx\t),\n 5411 rnu'nu ceirhit, 2520 

'Y\Á av\ bU\c C15 a\\ gé.\|u\ib ón *oUic-t)|Unnn, 

A tn^U *óe^\f c,\ot if a cún-píop 

1TL\f\ fneAóca a\\ iu\ rtéibab 1 -ociiir U\oi. 

X)a bmne a bé*\t c*mu\, búfú, bmn, 

Y\Á remm a\\ cé.<\*Ov\ib te ppnn Cf\oi*óe, 2525 

& cU\on-fuurc x\j\ Aon-'OAt te -ojuicc lí, 

'Sa m.<\m4 5411 cUocUvú Af ctiíi*o ctí. 



AifijiÁm ttlotcd t)<Mi. 99 

A hAot-Cf\ob if néAtA te fonn fcníob^f 

Caca ua bpémn if a gcúff^i'óe, 

tTlúfv CAitleAX) te tlélen An ctut bni'óe. 2530 

^Iaúa via lZ\\Ae if a bp|\ionnf Ait)e. 

I7tiicim ^n cfé^n-bite Cúf,aoi, 

Ilei|\cit &n U\oc if itiac Duibne, 

CtAnnA tifv Cfvénfife fx\ cúmi*óe, 

1 fUóc<Mb nA n-eanUMC a\\ ff\úittit)e. 2535 

'S í bf\e^c,4f a\\ x^ot-bfAC gt<\f rfrín, 
t)exMin,d-puic, éifc, if CAtAi'óe, 
tt1x\f\ CAitte^vú te T)éifrofe -dn p e^f tl^otf, 
tf mA\\ óxMtteAmAf 6íf\e te m^c tTlAoit. 

lf f ne^ccArh^Mt, aoIva, a cne^f mín, 2540 

1f a\\ a pe^ff^m ní féi*oif\ 1 gce^fc fCfríobxVó 
X)a cxMcne^rhAC, ^er\ec\c a\\ f<\x> í, 
Ó b^c^f 50 mé.AfuMb a 5ex\t-cf\oige. 

Xja cofrhAit te t)énuf 1 n^núif í, 

1 fcénfi if 1 mémn if 1 n-urhtuige<\cc, 2545 

t T)Cf\éice if 1 mbé-Af a f u,<Mf\ ctú cfíoc, 

1f ó béicib ctig Aon-b^fvf^ Cfviúc Cumn. 

T^fi-Affu^f fémi'ó T)on f e^fc-n^oi'óe^n, 

50 ^enri, cne^fc^, bé^f^c te f^fctrím, 

1f X)o fite^f nÁ séittfexvú T>om fCxMfugeAóc, 2550 

tló avi jAéfópexvó m^f\ céite te f e^rv 5f\mn ? 

! 0'f?f\ed5 < Mf An fpéifv-be^n 50 pfiAf fmn, 
lf T)ubAif\c tiom mo Cf\eice t>o gUMi-fCfvíobA'ó 
tH^inm 5<mi bfvé^n^t), if m'^t^M'óe, 
1f 50 bf^g^mn ff\ex\5f\^ x>Á f\éif\ fm 50 ce^fic 
Cfvtunn. 2555 



100 ArhfVdin GogxMn ftu^it) tíí Súitte-Ab-ám. 

& t)f\umnex\tt rho*ó^rh^it, bé^f <\c, t>o ft^T) pnn, 
Le cxMcne^rh 'oo'o fcéim if t>ot) ge^l-píop 
ITl'^inm ní fcé^tp^t) t>o ne^c TMOib 
1f bf\ex\cpvo mo cnéice 5^n f<Mltige. 



38— mAiTDeAti fuAti ptmc. 

ITlAiT)e^n fux\n fUuc 45 eigpe fUAf Tu\m, 2560 

A5 c^ircex\t cu^nc.\ if CAotc^, 
'S e^vó *óe^fc^f món-cuiT) *oo iíu\óa btu\ib Atiti, 

1r *\mnin fcm\mt)A tu\ n-^otMjunge^cc ; 
t)í a potc-A 45 5ttu\ire.\cc T)o T)|\um 4 gUAldnti 

A5 te^tAT) x\ntu\r $v\c r;oí» Léi 2565 

gO CfUACAC, T)tU\U\C, 9 t\A UUNbAjrCUACvMb 

te U\b«<M]\c iu\ ctu\ice ap géA£Att>. 

" <A 015-beAn tu\ju\t iu\ troU\oice.,\t) mbUACAÓ, 

tlÁó moó *oo ctu\tu\ir Ag *\otu\f\ui £e.\cc ? 
tló c-Á bftut btu\c.c\itt m\ mbó ro tu\ic-re 2570L 

50 bftntin óom ttu\c ro 1T) AOtidfi ? " 
" 'Se mo t)AiT) x\*ouVk\i|\c tiom óorh moó ro $ttu\ir- 
e^cc, 

50 n<Mb nA tuA 'juui ctu\|\ Ag £eitr»fi;g 
1r sun C-c\fctng btu\cu\ilt iu\ mbó ro ^5 btuMnc tUMt) 

tTlAft bí x\n bnoio f\o-óf\tu\it) 50 téij\ Atiu" 257fi 

" A gfuVó 'f^ uaiu\c, tu\ mb'^it Le*\c gtu-AifeAóc, 

t)A fOCAIft rtUM|\C x\n fU\Ogv\t T)U1C, 

T)o cuifvpmn rux\r cú 1 ^cuUmc tntvá tu\irte 
JJac nró tm iroub<\f\c 'f bv\ rhéin te.\c; 



ArhfÁm ttlotcó X)atí. 101 

Óuiffinn fíotMi-óe ^5 ttMfc^vo a^\ *ófuitn t>o gu^t- 
^nn, * 2580 

Aguf óp go^ffvu^ó T)o rhé^f ofc, ^ 

1f geób-Aip, -a uawac, 5^0 nró m^rv -óu^ts^f, 

Acc mo be-Af\CA cfvua'ó-á T)o fvéi-oce^c. 

"T)o t^b^ff^mn óf *ouic te ctifv 1*0 córhf^, 

X)o "óádnpvó tón te*o f^og-dt T)uic, 2585 

1f T)o óeAnnóóAmn ctóc^ ^aw rntMite rhóf T)uic, 

SíoTMit)e f ó-'óe^f if péA]\ÍA\i)e ; 
*Oo feinnpinn ceot t>uic te tmn T)o pófC-A, 

H-Áf cu^UMf forh^m ó ^on-fe^f, 
1f geóbxM'ó cú, a uawac, 5AÓ nró t>^ n*oub^fvc tex\c, 2590 

Acc mo be^fCA c\\ua\)a T)o féifjceAó. 

" JeóbxMfv Láirt b^n porhnxMtt n-áfi ge^ttdf f óf 

T)U1C, 

tl^ hiAfvfpM'ó tón 'nÁ fé-^f of\c, 
T)o grveA*of^*ó bóc^fv 50 gfe^nnc^ cóp^c, 

ITl^fv fCAm^tt ceóig -Afv cx\ob cnuic ; 2595 

An ton T)ub ceotrh^f ón 5C4fvfuM5 ófvón-T)ub, 

1f CAfb móf via ng^ofc^, 
1f geób<M*ó cú, a tnm^c, ^ac nró m^fi fju^ts^f, 

Acc mo be^fC-A c^uat>a t>o féi*óceAó. 

(: Do geóbxMT) cú avi fÁmne cu^ £ionn 'fAn cfn^Árh 
teif, 2600 

te cufv 5AÓ tÁ Af T)o rhéifv uxMm, 
1f au coóx\t T)f Aoi'óe^cc^ *oo bí a^ av\ cf ró-bean 

Útig 1,Af on gfoi'óe T)on jfeig teif : 
jeóbAif au bfvdc fío*OA bí CAfCA cirhce^tt, 

A5 ce^cc c^fv cumn, a\\ lléten, 2605 

A^uf geóbxMfv, a uxmi^c, ^ac ní*ó *oá n*oubxMfC te^c 

Acc rho be-AfvC-A cfvUA'ú^ T)o \\ éróce^ó. 



102 Arhfidin Gog^in TltixM'ú tíí Stntte^bxMn. 

" X)o geóbcMn av\ u-utxdtt bí tu\ ptéit) 45 <\n T)Cfuif 

T)o btic\i*óe,c\'o Y^ n cúij\c te Géntif 
Ciot) gtifi tc\ff c\in$ f cunnf e a\k a mbvMtce T>ticcu\if 2610 

&.\y "Ríg if -áf pfíonnf v\ An Uf c\e -c\f f.c\T) ; 
geób^Mf ^n fiT}-bju\c T)tib-t)x\t bí -dg T)tint^in5 

T)o cen 1 gctirh^ngf^c U\oc é, 
1f geób^Mf, x\ tix\n,c\c, j^aó ní-ó tm nTmbAifC te-AC 

Acc mo bex\fCx\ cjuuvó-a T)o féit)cev\c. n 2615 

"1p fíon 50 nmibvMfc mo riu\nu\it)e tiom-fv\. 

5^n fCfíoCvVó tc\bv\ij\c iu\ ^éitleAt) 
T)o fÁi"ócib fti^Mfce fcu\|u\ib tuMfle, 

T)0 fCjUAOltl"Ólb ftU\|\ 1U\ fCj\ AC|\lt)lb, 

X)e\t ^5 T)u^in}\ev\6c 'f ^5 meAllvVó UAim-pé 2620 

t,e btATMf fti-v\ifc if bj\éiq\ib, 
1f 5^\n fx\gbx\il trivAf t)tu\t5v\f Cv\n éif mo c|\iu\it)-be.\j\c 

AóCj bí a\\ fitibv\t tu\nri, a rftéijvo|tedó. M 

" A Sf-Á'O if -a tUAiu\c, 'f 4 tV\b v\n Cftu\imnif, 

Y\Á CH15 pá ttu\i|\im Ati pcéil fm 2625 

^tif fe^\f T)o gtu-Aip mé ó rhátn c\n ó|uuvóCv\in 

1m fCfv\oite ftu\|\ u:\ im pcjiAepé; 
\Y\a\\ béiT) AVgvMnn mop-óUIT) do riu\cu\ btu\ib v\nn 

1f e*\cu\ ftu\t)v\, meA|\, gléAfCA, 
Af scfíocu^ c|\tu\ccv\ te tinn a\\ fiuu\t)cu\if\ 2630 

1f ftmn <c\f ótufc bj\ev\g ^otbvMg." 

" A 015-fif riuimce ^S, bí A5 nu\5v\t) p tnn-)u\, 

Acc mA^Mcmgnri tec\c nu\j\ céite, 
J^vMg eAó meA\\ ttítriu\n c\ 'óéAnpAi'ú piufrat t>úinn 

50 T)cí ,v\n c-tígTUMf téigev\nc.\ ; 2635 

U^\if-fe tiom-f v\ <\nnf v\n te fonn ceAj\c, 

1f T) ? éif ce<\n5v\it T)ttít ^a ctéij\e, 
1f é mottiv\i|\m 50 bfAgAif An tiv\i|\-fin 

X>o bec\|\Cv\ cfuu\tu\ T)o féit)C0Aó." 2639 




VII— tDAnAncAis, ic 



39.— A élgSG 1S StlA'ÓA StélOe UlACTtA. 

(tXAfiÁnuAf i 5COinmt> -otnne éi^m -oo 501T) a íiaua.) 
A5 fo ó|totig,<vó -puinne^rh^it pei , úm-tÁi , o;f\ píocrh^ 
foif\at fíofv-AftACC^c, nenrmeAc ne,úf\crhAf\ n^rh^i*o- 
e^rh^it ne^m-c^ficxmnAó, c\kóX)a c^tmA cAt-X)UA*ú&c, 
f\íog*ó^ fu\crh^f\ f\éim-xMf\e^c, féirh futcraAf fo-ctn^- 
fionx\, fuínrh^f\ f\e^ccrh,Af\ fó-cige^fn^rh^it, cféAóc- 
rh,df\, -ágrh^fi, tif\-rh^ife^c, T)túcrhAf\ X)ÁnA x^á^aczac, 
cum 5^6 tnte confc^bt-á, btim-tháiti'ú, móf-rh^of\, CAif- 
ceAtdó, ^gtif fe^t)m^n^c fóffArh^it fíof\-ptnf\e^nnc^ 
•00 t>AmeAnr\ f\e cúij\c foófuug fo-t)é^fxMg f^oice^rh^it 
fomne^ntM foL4f-bfix\cruMg wa ntMrh fcéAt-*ó^nc^c 
•oeAg-fomptdc, a^u\* ctim eog^m rhic p^ftot^m 
tlí Súitte^bxSm 50 fonnfi<yúAC if a tticc caX)A\\za : 

A éigfe if ftiAt)x\ Stéibe tti^crv^, 

éifci*ó tmn-ne fe^t, 
1 U\oicib éife^cc TMoib 50 téigfe^T) 

pé m^f\ f cfuof^t) mé ; 2655 

pog^LAi*óe ci|\e c^mi^ ^fu\oif\, 

1f óm c-Aoib t)o 501-oeA'ó teif 
T\aza f^mne^c cúrhcd ceÁ\voAC 

péACAc tntte^nAC. 



104 Arhfiáin Oog^m tttiAit) VH Súittex\bx\in. 

t)í fé m^ifeAfhxMt éx\*ocrvom *ox\c.<\rh4it, 2660 

£é m^n ctii5im-re, 
1f bx\nnT)x\ fíoTXA cx\fc^ 'n^ cimceAtt, 

Céim n^r\ b'ion^n^'ó; 
t)x\ brieÁg í fcéirh if bLác g^c ^oinne 

£é n<A fjtntte rm, 2665 

tonnruc t^frh^n cúrhf^ cne^fCA 

C^orhn^ curnAnndó. 

Seo ^n h^u^ g^n bfvéig ipÁ *oe.\ju\ *oo *Óéifv*Ofve 

tf\éi5 tlíg ULa*ó fe<\t, 
C-Aicne^m & cr\oi*óe *oo tu\tu\if\c *oo l1v\oife 2670 

An cném-fe^n curu\ncv\, 
£é m>ár\ x\icr\ip*o r<\i"óe au qpeAnóAif 

1 n-é^ccx\ib iorru\i*óe, 
1 gCA&Aiti m\ Cru\oibe tjieAfCAip tu\ mítce 

L<\oc 5á\h coinme«.\fc. 2675 

'Sí fcéirh xmi í1v\Ca\ fo Ati óéinri p4 T)e.\ju\ 

T)o lléten cunu\nn feijtc 
X)o Cv\b^\ifvc T)o p.\i|\if 50 c<\c,\i|\ Pf\u\im 

ón ngféis giif imcig teif ; 
Seo x\n c-^vób^n 'f ax\ fÁt 'o'fúig Aicitt if xSu\cf 

j?Aon, if ionuvo fU\ic, 2681 

1f tleccof C|\ó*Óa\ 1 |\tu\5v\ib corhruic 

T)o Cfu\ocA*ó C|\tiipioniu\. 

1f é b*\ 'óíon if é.voAÓ cmn 

Af\ ptAOfc C011 CuU\mn fe*\t, 2685 

t)UÁiu\i*o riu\Of\tu\ At\ cju\c *oo C|\éi5 

A céite ctinu\mn *oó ; 
'S a\\ 1<\fon fém *oo gttu\if te U\ocruvó 

Ufvéin-fev\{\ ctifumc^, 
tomjvA An óif\ ó C*\tcif x\f\ bójro 2690 

X)on 5féi5 50 *octi5^T)^f. 



t)^flÁnC<cMf, -|C. 105 

'Sé bí Ap llefcutef fém *oo ftn^ócutg «c\n f^og^t 

5^ti béim 5-Ati úoifune^pc. 
1 \\UAtAM(\ Áfmuig Con^itt Ce^fnAig 

1£Á *óó cusxvú teif ; 2695 

1f T)e^|\b guf^b é bí ^ ctoige^n Ofpétf 

t1u^i|\ ^oncuvg ttucifef 
A cmt-fionn c<aif *oo c*\bAifc cx\f n-Aif 

5^ti béim ó tf|\e^nn. 

1f é nódmtng ctót) mtc ÍTI^oit n^ mbó 2700 

Úu5 5^et)it 50 nuifiex\pUAC 
JM fúifcib 5^ 1 5° 'oúf-cfoi'óe^c 5-Ann, 

5^ti f éim r\Á cum^f nif\c ; 
1f é bí a\\ *Úi^fmui*o 1 n^ofuvó riA ngtiAi!) 

T>o cf^oó^t) tomAT) fe<\f, 2705 

Ufé a *ocu5 gfiámne cum^nn tf p<Ái|\c 

U-Af ^on *oon bfui|\mn T)ó. 

Cá c^ifbe T)^m-f^ -a rh^ice^f *oo cóm^tfe^m 

T)'éif x\ gufoigce ? 
1f 5U|\ b'ÁLamn steofóce f-Áfo-A x\n Cfeox) é 2710 

A5 f^of-ftxMc cum^f^c; 
ílí't -áinnif nÁ bé *oo *óe^|\c-A*ó av\ cé 

Af\ a ^ufóf eAt) fe-át 
Í)Á c^b^ffxvó fe^fc fún if sean 

A ctéib Y -A cum^mn *oó. 2715 

1f cjváfóce cé-áfCA zÁmAC t^g Cfétc mé 

1 n-A é-AgtTiAif utfe^fb^c, 
1f mo gé^s-á fiub^it 5^\n téirn r\Á túc 

'S if fx\on mo cuifte^nn^ ; 
TVimcig mo gf\e<\nn, T)o c^ittex\f mo me^b^tf, 2720 

T)o ótAoótAig m'mctnn, 
50 *oc^mi5 015-fe^f cúmc^ cóftAó 

X)éAv&6 mitir ce^t\c 



106 Arhfiáin eogxMn Tlu^ró tlí SúitteAb^m. 

1 nx)é 'ó^m UtxMf, if tu$ <\n m-AnuM, 

*Oo féif a tui^fionA, 2725 

go bpu-Afi-áf f-ÁfiTMt u,dró if fxSt cé 

An cx\ob 'n^f imti£ fé ; 
Úti^^f-f^ ófit)ug^t) pumne-ArhAit póffAC 

P|u\octfuAfi puipme-Aó 
UAnn 1 n-éific, fé m^|A téigce*\p 2730 

tnf nx\ Uoit)cib f eo : 

As I am informed that pilfering roving 

Rakes 5^11 T)e<c\fvm<MT), 
Juris quoque contemptoivs, 

pé m^|\ rfte-Af-Aim-fe, 2735 

Nightly strollers haunt these borders, 

T)é^n<Ait) p\ife ceA|\c. 
To apprehend ^on cU\tu\i|\e fAotcon 

CtAon-fpj\oc coAt^Aó 

Cu-A|A*ouigró mAot-cnuic, coittce caoIca, 2740 

Stéibce if cuj\ju\igte 
Ó Óoim ua gCAOt-ftaAfi 50 tX\ot l)('u\|u\ 

1f 50 tilhb tru\c (\\ile foif, 
Ó ime<\t pionn-Cftá&d 50 Siotu\mn tu\ mb<\|\c 

1f 50 fío|u\it)ii) tiltnfij\e, 2745 

'S 1 mb|\ogv\ib .AOtbAig ó coíf ^éite 

Síof 50 tuimneAC, 

CuAjvotngró póiffrúe, poitt, if feotrifAróe, 

1f féx\c 1 scupAjvoAib, 
XiÁ f-Ág b^ctíf, tocc*\, tu\ pv\|\lúf 2750 

Sx\Ofi 5^\n b|\if e.At> t)ó ; 
Smb.Ait 5^0 fetéqt if cúinne fimnéró, 

Ó if é if |v\U\igte, 
ScAfcAit Atfgró if cóffidi'óe TK\ms;e*\ru\, 

1f f\éx\b^i"ó gtAifionna. 2755 



t)^ftánc<\ip, *]C. 107 

-A|\ p^gb,Áit &r\ cpéictig *o'f?^5 mé 1 nTMop-bjunT) 

pé tn^fv. innipex\p, 
téitjvig figne "oáan^it) *o'píge,<yú 1 gce^fc 

Af\ -a ctiiptionn-A ; 
Uti5c<\f\ -An pcf\úite cum n-A ctiipce 2760 

Af\ ^"ó^pc^jA óuj^m-p^, 
50 pcotttMT) 50 pp^p x\n cpoiceAn te h^if\c 

Ón topUxopc 50 cpoigób T)e. 

tTlÁ'p ^n^ peomp^ A5 mn^ib 05A 

geobxMfi x\n hAZA po, 2765 

T)éx\n x\ sce^ngAt 50 T>UACfMó -OAinge^n 

l_e ctnbf\e^c 5^T)f\Aig ; 
tTl^ gní*o ge^p^n a\\ a ^c\\uax)-óáy 

U^b^i|\ p^ob^fi Uaca t)óib, 
1p mun^ n'oé^n/p^'o-p^ téif\pcf\iop potd ^\|i ^n 

*ocf\éÍT) p^xm, 2770 

T)éx\n ^ ó-Ap^t) tiom. 

A5 po t)x\fwic<\p t)Uic, x\ bfu\CAij\, 

5^n bAog^t, 5^n coipme^pc, 
1p téi^pe-AT) mo t^m 50 c^pA a\\ a f\áit, 

1p pé-dtA m'oipige ; 2775 

Ctnf\ 5AÓ púnnc 'oe 1 n-execution, 

í bpém T)o gopcuigce, 
A5 T)tigeA*ó riA puxvó ip n^ nT>fVAoice pu*\if\ce 

S^OCfWXC pocAp^c. 



108 ArhjvÁin Cogxvm RtixMT) tlí SúiUeatxám. 

40— WHEREAS ^o'Áiorh AOtl T)Om tAÍAItt. 

"ÓAti^ncAs *ÓonnóAX)^ "Uí tlún-dm 
te 
nGogcvn Vía SúiUe^Dim, 



Connc-ae CofCAige, 

\tia\\ Aon te 

mófv-cticVifvT) n^ hélfteAnn 

50 htnle. 



*\on T)o cex\fvc-b|\eice- 
&m&riMt) r\A fv\oi-éi5fe 
'|K\n óonncae j\ev\m- 
j\v\it)ce -| Le<\Cv\ TTIogv\ 
mA|\ &r\ gcévVonvV 

Ag fo pxMfnéif X)K\|\mv\*Ov\ 11 í pogUiga X)Am U\Cv\if\- 
fi, ^\n nx\oirix\t) t^ fici*o *oon 1Ík\]\Cv\, míte fev\cc 
5Céxvo Agtif póe btivVó.\m <\j\ caojad. xNn m\ ceAfC- 
■óe-Afbxvó *oon jwifnéifróe feo if é vvoeif .1. Aon IÁ 
*oon míofA |\e-c\rh-|\Ái*óce <\|\ mbeit TK\m fém 45 ól i 
45 .AoibnevVf 1 n5tev\niK\tu\i|\ v\oibmn pev\ru\nn-bLc\t v\n 
tlóifcig mv\n .\on te C|\ui|\ tK\n th) niocc im tK\it ó 
Uv\c<v\ib Lvvn-rhv\ife.v\Cv\ ik\ Utuvó-rhón-A 1 gConnc^e 
t,uimnig .1. v\n ingevvn, c\n iík\Cv\ij\, -j bean 5v\oiL *oon 
T)íf fm. X)o fnuK\in mé An mgean *oo ceilc c\f <\n 
n*oíf eite, ^giif v\j\ mbeit *o'ip T>\\on cuigfinc Uom-fv\, 
*oo ce.\p*.\rrK\f\ ioik\t> cinnce coinne te óéite 1 *oag v\n 
fAifnéifit)e |\ev\m-|\v\róce, if *oo niocc v\n inge-an v\nn 
1 n*oóig 50 n-év\tóóv\inn 'ik\ T)K\it>, ^guf ní CK\n *oo bí 
x\nn v\n Cv\n *oo fín 'm\ TK\it ,\on *oo pf\íonVcórhv\f\fv\m 
m\ bv\ncjK\cCv\ cécvoná *oob' pf\íonVf\úiK\it)e v\$uf cóim- 
te*\nn,cYn *oóib fm, peAf TK\f\b' coiii-,\inm T)onnCv\T> tU\ 
HtinÁin .1. v\ltCv\n v\icifev\é ^\inéigce<\n'K\nc<\ if b|\e<\tt- 
ftm bc\5x\f\C<\c bv\oc-Uib.\c buit)e, bot^-móf, btév\n-|K\if\- 
fmg ; cev\tv\|\iK\c cev\nn-f\ev\iiK\f\ ciK\m-v\j\fv\ cíop-tmb 
cU\5c\ó ctK\f-finte^\ó Cj\ev\c-tom C|\ofCv\ cf\v\of-fv\ifv- 
fing, T)onc«vVó T>iv\bU\it)e TK\c-gfK\nnv\ T)|v\oit)ev\cCv\c 



"OAfWICAIf, -]C. 109 

vAmAnzA T)f\o6-6onncAnóif, jMtt|M fAUMgceAc p\on- 
gníorhA6, geóc^c ^^ige^rhxMt 5níom-t)iAtxdtcA, t^g- 
f\^6 UofO-A teAm-tAtMf\CAC, mtiffAncA mAoiT)ceAC 
m^oc-rhe^c^ meAtxAtAC rmttce^c mío-6ÁiteAC mtin- 
aX)a\\ac moTXAfCA mí-fCMrh^c, n^ice^nn^c nAtfiAiT)- wa ^ílt-' 
e-AtfiAit ne^rh-eótAC, ptif^c pfioftAC ptAtnÁfAc, ftín- J^LJ 
zac |\^ng^6 f\mn-fCf\05AU\6, ff\ACAif\e ptititAC fíoj\- f 
ctiAfVOAC fCótCA fCfiofc^ fc^ig-fiActAc, if ce^ttAijie 
cárútifeAC coifcéife^c, t>a\\aX) gnÁc-otMif 50 fe^fAC 
vá pfíorh-corh.Aff Am tieic a^ ffu\CAifieA6c i*oif\ toocÁn- 
aiX) 'v\a f\éic, 45 uf ^5 fíof\-T)eAf\£>AT) étctg «^n con- 
catMif\c, ^5 c^t)x\i|\c AnÁifte 45 Uf 45 T)íot a pfíom- / % 

CAfiáT) Af\ tDté^n cfxMC £15. 2814 ^J 7" 1 

X)eA\\X)Anr\ x\n fxMfnéifrúe feo 50 *ocÁmi5 a\i ctÁrh- 
6onAbtA6 fo cutn a cige 1 nT)iArú r\A timgme fteAtri- 
fvárúce Aguf 5uj\ f: Ó5^if f é T>i-fe imce^cc mAfi Aon f\if 
av\ gcturh^fc^c fo fe^cc Ay ax\ mtx<Mte AtriAC. 1f é 
*oo , úeAf\t)Uig T)1 a\\ rhóiT) av\ leAX)A\\\ Aguf gtif 
ce^p^f-fx\ lon^T) cmnce comne teo, if teif n^ ct^on- 
*óedf\t)CxMt) fm T)o fiocc av\ mge^n cAfi a tieotAf teo 
50 ce<<\6c fumne-néitt Ar\ CfiácnónA 6uca. tlíof tVfeAf 

T)1 CÁ tlA1f\T> T)' Á\\\T)]X) AV\ T)OltlxMn 1 Vi-A fUMt) £Uf\ xMCm fí 

avi zav\ f om 50 fVAib a\\ a T)ticc^f f ém Af\íf, Aguf iAf\ 
fom f CAf\^f f\if An AfifACCAC fm if cfiAttAf c^f\ 4 tiAif 
ctigAm-fA gtif\ fiocc mé, lonn^f n^c pe^f cÁf\ gxMb av\ 
z-aX)Iac f^m ó f om 1 teic. 

tlí btif mó ní T>eif\ av\ f <MfnéifiT)e feo, Agtif \f *oá 
■óeAfbAt) f om azá av\ t3-Afiáncx\f f o : \ 

Whereas T) , Áicirh Aon T)om tÁCAift 2830 

1 nT)é, 5-An ct^f, Af\ t>f\íg mó]*oe, 
pe^f\ fAOf\t)A fÁirh-gtic cféicedc cdthACCAÓ 

téigexxncA, tÁn -oo Cfumne-eotAf, 



110 Arhjtáin GogAin ftu^it) tlí Súitte.<\tK\in. 

'Y\a féim 50 T)ciini5 féicte*\c f^-1^5 

U^otn^c zlÁt, if tk\oi-cóo,<\c, 2835 

'S 1 5Cém y riA n*o^it gtip cé<\j\tK\ ^n b<\b 
te mém beic cjuá Y^ n cftigit) fiomAm-f^; 



te bféicfe pLáif at\ fméijite gnÁif 

H>Á|\ cóobuig fát) nA bp|\íom-eoU\c, 
^Xcc éice^c sn<.\c, if beic cU\on 'n-A i'k\ij\c, 2840 

'Tk\ fCf^efe p\m 5-Ati pmnn fógiK\im, 
An bé feo fuvúx\im 1 gcéin *oo tu\it 

gtif éx\tmg cjuá ón bpíof-tómA, 
1f mo té^\n r\Á iu\nju\ Ati cté-fppiofán 

1m óteic 50 ntxáitpinn -oíot cói|\ -oó. 2845 



1f mi^\n tiom Cfiá A rhémn p & óáit, 

Ciot) cUon te fAgtVdlt 'p<\n píog-cói^e^t), 
te óéite t]u\óc 1 n-éipev\cc *oÁm 

1 féim 'f 1 juvó ha óptof\-eot<AÓ, 
tX\ocU\c oeÁ]\\\t,\ bv\oc, 5^11 iu\ij\e, 2b50 

Sméipte pnu\it if *OAOi-cóbv\c 
Cpéimne^c cáhihwc C(\\]Ta C]u\n' ce, 

1f T>40t X)^c-gi\Ánnv\ -oíc-cómU\e. 



<<NbU\ó u*\tU\ó x\icipe*\c tu\ctiu\p, 

pe<\tUM|\e if ptu\ice pífeofiA, 2b5c 

Conx\bU\c ctu\]\xu\c cmpicce cttu\iu\ó, 

1T)iij\|K\i|\e móp-ptnp mío-cú|\.\c, 
Spimite pntuvó-tmb, plce gan puAimene 

pmnne.\in iu\ ttu\tK\it '|K\n bpíO|ttóm-A, 
Sci$ipe fUAjtdc, cuifpe cik\ju\ó 28< 

Cti|K\iceAó 5tK\i|\e,\c 5iK\oi--0óigce, 



tMfáncxMf, *]C. 111 

CeAmAlAó ctdirheAó, ^av\ aice^f 'nA gn^oi 

11^ zaúac } r\A gníorh a\\ aov\ bóc^fi ; 
SUvoxMfe cífe, cfeAóxMfe cfíce, 

1f a^ ^teAC f itt-bir\c éA^có\\AC ; 2865 

ÍTleAtUMrve mmng-c^f *o^m<<Mic^ r>\\ <so\t>eACZAó 

X)A^A^tAC bftngedn^c Tnc-eotAó, 
Dfeittice bfeittfce te^b-Af-ptnf LágjAAó 

AifciofAC íocrh^f ^oi5ói*oeAó ; 

Sruxc^ife r-mvAlAc finmne-Aó fúit-bre-dó, 2870 

Stibife aw rhúin n^c bmn-gtófAó, 
Oititfe^c stmgAC miofCxMfeáó ctúrrMó, 

CtAtti ce^tg^ó cúf f aó cf oif -beot ac ; 
ÚfOTMife Cfúg-cinfp, cnb^ifce^c túbAó, 

t,eibi*o if tionfc^ UobóiT)eác, 2875 

Cmme^nn^ó- crvub^c mtnmceAó com-tAg, 

"Caca 'gtif úgTMf cLdon-comAifte. 

Spdt)^i|\e fpfionnt^5 X)AmAr\zA T>úr\, 

1f pfe^bxMfe X)\\wx)eAc c^ot-cón^ó, 
X)\\At\A^e T)ftíifeAC T)Ar\A\rt)A T)úit-mtc 2880 

THeAbtAó, múóTM 1 mítceoriACC ; 
5 A1 S e 5^ n fúg^ó-Af, 5t^mAipe 5núif--úub, 

ScA^Aigce Ar- rhúnLdó, fíorv-cóbAó, 
le^c-fctntce cúc-ac, ceAtUMfe if cjmig, 

5^n ttiAife r\Á mím<vó aciz T>íc-eóUvp. 2885 

A ceAfCdf te fonn fm br\e<\cuigce Tí'úgTMifi, 

1f f^Mfe r\Á T)ub^rvC-f^ a óf m nn -co rh^fvc a : 
OiT) ct\A*otACA a% lonf^Mfc crve^fn^ 'f ^5 túbATj, 

A5 gfe^voAt) if a^ fitibAt wa rhAoit f cótc^ ; 
TTL\U\ c^xf cttirhAó a\\ ctA^xMfe fút, 2890 

1f fme^fc^cc 1 ngnúif av\ fíorv-tóm^, 
le^CAn-ptif ftinc^c gU\c<\nn 5^0 ffúitt 

X)Á T)CA5^nn x\f múrv a cUvó-frvóme. 



112 Arhjtáin eog^m tlu^it) VH Stutte^bxMn. 

1f Cúot x\ fCfo^At a<Mf-féice,<\c focm^c, 

'S 5^n bféi^ t:á Cfom^T) Y^ n *oub-tionfCA, 2895 
1f CAob^c bfocxMgce cru\of x\n crtogxMfe, 

'S x\ rhéx\*ox\t ocfv^c úrv-bfvúi*oev\c ; 
SéitteAó foUdgcAó Cfvéime^c cog^nc^, 

Sméifte if con<\bU\c cum^ng-gúnvr^ó, 
1f téif 'f if pott^f ^ufv tjiéig An fon^f 2900 

An Cféice foóAt<\c fionn-bfúccAó. 

éigim if xMtóim 5^0 n-,\on *oo *óe*.\fCA*ó 

Aon fCf*\e *o^ f\AtiK\it 1 ^Cfíó ]Tó*oU\, 
Le céi*o & óe^n^At, 50 TK\of, g-an c.Aipe 

T)on féicte^ó óe^t^^ó ctAon-cómU\c ; 2909 

íló 1 ngéibmn gxVOdfi v\i£ é *oo Cv\V>*MfC 

T)om U\CAif f(K\f*Oc\ 5^.\n inoitl, p'isjwim, 
50 fmiigfeA*o a le.\t<\\\ te fv.\ob.\fv mo ce.\n^v\n 

T)on fC|K\oite xmhumica í)ír-eoU\c. 

Atl ceAn^v't. 

Aitcim -c-^c n-x\on, i*oifi éi^fe, ftK\*K\, if *o<\im, 2910 
1 bfe*\|UMinvMb (3il$e, ó IXk\|K\ &t\ ótK\m 50 nK\i A s, 
ttlá c^fc^\f\ x\n Cféice fcfv\e feo <\\\ ctMirvo 'ik\ 

ntxáit, 
& ce^ngAt 50 tk\oj\ 1 n$eibmn ó}\tKAi*ó te cn.Mb. 



41.— 1 scne^tAti aii Ceoig x>o CASvVó mi 
tueom. 

1 Sc|\e<\c^\n x\n ceoig x)o cK\f*vó im Cj\eoif — 

A5 k\|\|\ai*ó b|\ó5, 5-An 50, *oo bíof — 29 lo 

An finne-bex\n 05 b*\ tiK\ife.\riK\it ctó*ó, 
'S*\n ivk\ck\ fé bfón ^5 coó r\A ctuge. 



t)A^nc^if, -]C. 113 

171^5^-0 Monday, m^f^-ó Monday, 
tll^i^-At) Monday, <\n Sp-Ajwi tHnfje ; 

ITLnjvsaVó Monday, c^itte<<vó 50 *ooii-a é, 2920 
1f mife a\\ a tuAififc a^ ^ot 50 ftime^c. 

Oo b'feáff tiom cofóm *oo tA\teA\x\ 1 *oog At\ óit 
'flÁ av\ fp^jwi órróA c^itte^f ^fAoif, 

Aifce 'gnf corh^ft^ fu^f^f ó 015-fe^f 

X)o óv\fA-ó a cút A\y ceot Y^ t1 V^- 2925 

m^fs^'ó Monday, m^fgAt) Monday, -jc. 

A t)rvi<MiAig fúgAig óMttrhxMf rhtíince 

tli<\fuMg cíifpMg fttíiffig gfmn, 
1f mi<<\n 'f if fonn tiom cjiiAtt 1*0 óorhn^'ó 

50 bféACAimíf cúrvfx\ An Sp-Afiáw t)tnt)e. 2930 
tn^fs^'D Monday, m.Afs^t) Monday, *|c. 

t)í fé a$ Óibi*o Da Cfvtnnn 'f <\n córh^M|ve<\rh, 
1f fedUvo A5 tlómejt te n-óf *oo fcrvíobAT), 

A5 TTI^ot tiA mbó teif, g*Mb be^n fif\ póyzA, 

X)Á t)f\uim gtif feoUvú cóif Cxvp ctnnn. 2935 

m^fs^t) Monday, n^fg^t) Monday, -jc. 

t)í fé ^5 X)iT)o. 'íia nticc m^f c^MiJbfe, 

An rjftnnne^tt bfíei*oex\c *oo *óeitt ón mbtiiT)in ; 

t)í f é a<£ X)\aka — Ó *oob' í av\ clA'úA\\\e í ! — 

Vá -ófvtnm 5tif AifjneAT) mAiT)m } \*Ar\ coitt. 2940 
m^fg^T) Monday, m^fg^T) Monday, -jc. 

t)í fé a^ T)ix\fvrruMT), ^n t^oc n<áf\ ti^fvtxVó, 

^úi^e^T) 'f^ n t)f i^t)ac é 1 nuixMT) 111^10111' ; 
ftmn' fé Uuac *oo teige^\f ó pi^fc^ 

T)o gAb^vó te-Afci-AjA *oe te bf<\on ón tmn. 2945 
tTUrvS^vú Monday, m^f^At) Monday, -jc. 

E 



114 ArhfuMn Oog^in Tl'd*Mt) tlí Stiitte^b^in. 

X)a fó-bfeÁg -An xMfe é A5 Cex\j\b.<\tt Vl^ T)-ÁtAvg 
T>o-gnío*ó me^voAif if bjtáCvA, if bÁ*o *oon Tiíg, 

C^nnxM*óe *oon fcán, 'p x\n bx\f\fuMtte t<\n, 

1f rhe-AtUvó VíA mnÁ te corhfuvó 5fmn. 2950 

m^f^^-ó Monday, ITUfS^'ó Monday, -jc. 



T)o-gníot) Ce^fb^tt U\mnit)e if fpe<\tU\ T)o be-Áff- 
pvó, 
UxMfce-At if c^fOvA, cÁt if ctxM"óe^rh, 
Ajvm ctim U\rhcMgce, 'f ti^ccnex\nm\ bápcd, 

A^tif CAif\n5i*óe *oo rhn<Mb n<\ 5COCa\ii mbui'óe. 2951 
tTK\)\5<vó Monday, tru\f\5v\t) Monday, -jc. 

X)a fó-bfe^g xmi creoT) é 'p-an AfC <\$ tlóe 
A5 fn-Árh 50 C|\ót)A a\\ bófro 5AÓ cumn, 

L<.\n *oo fófU^Mb, ><\f\ ftÁ\\\\ n<\ bóóiu\, 

'S 1 *oc^\U\rh 5x\n óeo *oo feot pé cíf. 2960 

tTK\r\5<vó Monday, mapsAt) Monday, -]c. 



t)í fé ^5 t^fon pe*\t coif CftA$4 x\mtn£, 
X)a rh><\ic x\n x\if e é — níof b'peApp An p tíf ; 

Uféimfe a^ pÁifvif *oo rhn<\oi ttleneUwif, 

X)Á *óf\tnm ^tif tv\mi5 A.\f tu\ CfiAOi. 2965 

mx\f5v\-ó Mondaj T , mApsA'ó Monday, -jc. 



T)ob' ^jvo é a óúffA -Af tx\p t\A "oconnA 

^5 &n SCe^nnAige pionn iru\r\ pcitnp 'na tinn^ ; 

t)í fé a^ T)tintAin5, p\oi bp^\c tuiTXA, 

^5 S eA W A "° tAírceAó te pcitnpp 3 eldróirh. 2970 
m^fg-At) Monday, m^\f\5x\t) Monday, -jc. 



tMfiánc^if, "|c. 115 

t)í fé a^ CUotm^, ^5 c-Aifce.At n-á ti-oit)óe 
1 mbAf fAitte xm f íona, f ita txaoine 1 f u^n ; 

t)í fé ^5 Aoife ctnf ge-df^ &\\ Cl^mn tif\ 

T)o eaice<<vó -áf tmn n<d tTlAoite flu4it)e. 2975 

ÍD^fs^t) Monday, mAfs^t) Monday, -]c. 

t)í fé ^5 T)éi|\*ofe featAT) i néifmn, 

'tl^f eAitteat) n^ cfém-f if téi j f^ n tribfuigin ; 
As S-dmfon meitce^c, *oo be^ffAt) te cUvo-dife- 

'S ^s t)^ccuf T)o-geibexvó te fomnc ^n fíon. 2980 
ITUfSAT) Monday, m^fs^t) Monday, -jc. 

&S &r\ A\r\AVÁn TDóf 1 bf^ff^t) riitii ^n gfu^sAig, 
t)A éájVAi'o ^n uaija pn an Sp^fán t)uit)e; 

A5 tn^c>A 1Tltiin5 tltMit), n^f me^cc^ 'f^ n mbu^Uvó 

Af rhAc^ij\e an cftu<Mg fdoi ófú n^ $cUMt)eArh. 

tn^f^At) Monday, mx\f5At) Monday, -]c. 

X)a rhxMC ^n ^ife é ^5 poficunácuf, 2987 

T)o cuife^t) & lÁrh 50 TMnx\ ^nn fíof 
Cum óf buit)e if pLác-A T)o bfonn^t) ^f biUdib, 
S níof b'potArh 50 bfác é, acc tán 50 fnx\it>m. 
tTlAfSAt) Monday, m^fsxvó Monday, -je. 

Conn^ic mé 1 nT>é é, connAic mé Aféif é, 

1 mt)Aite &n ttlif cé-At^, ^5 cjvÁg^t) n^ *oíge : 
ttln^ peiT)téifit)e if mtiÁ cumcéifiit)e, 
1f 5-ac uite téim aca 'fdn cSúifín t)uit>e. 2995 
m^fs^t) Monday, m^fg^t) Mondav, 

tTÍAfgAt) Monday, ^n Sp^jwi t)uit)e ! 
m^fgAt) Monday, after Sunday, 

m^f^At) An tu^m -oo ófxSit) mo ó|\oit)e ! 



VIII— ctntteAt) Aistin^. 



42.— unim Aistmg auaoiu. 

Ufím AMf 11115 <Afc\oip T)o ftntuMne^f-f-A, 3000 

1f mé a\\ tex\t)cMT) mín 50 cttíTKM§ce, 

go jvai£> xMnnifi 'ik\ ttuge 50 cne*.\fc<.\ tem táotft, 

gup c<<Mcnig -a 511^01 'p^ htomóAft tiom ; 
T)o t)í -a potCA tka}\ tmn 50 1iú]\ ^\p q\ic 
Ó V)AtAy a cmn 50 gttiin A5 pic 3005 

& iri-Am-A 'fc\ píop 'T A peA|\)V\ <\f 5AÓ ptlglf) 

R115 bx\|\|UA «c\p xMi mtK\oi ptKMj\ ttt'Mtt nu\|\ gipc. 

Copjung 1*0 fwó'e 'gup cionntatc mé, 

1p ceAti^Ait t>o píop 50 htníiAt t)ot) cpiop, 

A}\ fAicce gUvip x\oi|\T) 1 nT)o|\v\p Ati fftAmn^, 3010 

t)éró tx\innip ip pinnce Af piufrAt AgAtnn. 
1l1o pcvAttAT) An cé crnpcAV) C|\úi|.) annpotn, 

'S A n-A1j\m 5AII C(M1ÍKK\t Afl UÍC AC-A, 

'S 5ti|\ tmine jk\c U\oit) tk\ gOAnA'ó pí Ltnn, 

'tlá |\v\Cv\ipeAcc pípe Ati cptúOAtfte. 3015 

A pip tiT) ik\ pípe, T)tiic.\ig tiom, 

Ó'p cup.\ t)o tn nn cti|\v\m-pv\, 

1U\ T)ev\}\nK\iT) mAoróe^iii te cU\hik\ ik\ n^AonóeAt 

50 toptnt pe^fiAnn a pinpe<Afi cucv\ Anotpj 
5^c T)tnne T)o tM AC4 mticcA 1 mbfunT) 3020 

T)o óAice^T) t)eic píop 1 pconnp-d pUtió 
CxMcpiT) pin T)íot) v\n T)oiK\f 5-An moitt 

lf béit) A.\icev\|\|\v\c T)UgiT) te ctiinfe *\c<c\. 



Utnttexvó Aiftmg. 117 

43.— SeAtAT) T)Otn SAOgAt. 

Se^Ldt) *oom pdog^t 50 h^efe-Ac ions<Micx\c, 

A5 T)éx\n^rh ctnffe 'f a^ rvi^ruvó xm rjfóm, 3025 
50 ce^fntngce^c cé^fC-á Cfé^cu^c ctmxMtt-rjocc 

1 ng^orvCxMrj coitte 'f 5<\n >áon im corh^if, 
T)o •óe^fUMf xMnnir\ tjúró mín citnn óAom cAptArwiAC 

T)om lonnfiiróe T)e^r\bc^ a^ cédóc Ar\ feot, 3029 
X)a *óeife gUMfe ^ f mt gfmn nÁ *ofúcc t^e f^rhruMt), 

t>A fug^c fíoc^c fe^f-drh^c ^ $né g^n fmót. 

T)o fC-ATMf fe<\t go f -Aon-t^ f éigearh-att xmrjfVMnne^c, 

t,e . héise^n CxMctnrh X)Á mémn 'f X)Á ctófj, 
A m^t^ ftn'óce c^ot "óe^f Ap a héAVAn c-AfifUMngte, 

go fé^T)rhx\r\ fn^fc^ fntngce 1 n-éipe^cc 6óir\; 3035 
X)a ca^tza ctucrh-df ciurh^f-c^om a cúitín c^m^ff^c, 

'Y\a óuijmín ó>ACxMfe^c ^f fcéirh aw óif, 
Tía bfotc^ifc fígce fionn t>ro 1 n*omt grunn gr\e<Min- 
mx\rv, 

'tl^ tonnrwvóxMt) t^f^rh^Mt ^5 cé-áóc 50 feof. 

X)a r3Ldfc>d mioóxMf bé^f^c a bféitrve tMn-driuMt, 3040 

A bé^t bmn cxMcneAtfi^c n^r\ c^otitng móro, 
A te,AC-d te^tj^f aoIva m^fi gétf a\\ te^c^n-cffti^ 

T)o ót^octtng 1 n-xm-Acru\ via céAX)ZA a\\ f eofj ; 
X)a t^frhAf. ce^fc a gnmf gr\mn tmró rhín txdnAriuMt, 

tTlAf tonnruvóxMt) fne^cc-ArhxMt a fcéirh 5^11 ceo, 
A tn^m^ •óe.Af a\\ úr\-cU 1 n-oúitige^cc f e^fc^|r\e^cc, 

A com mín a<Mtce ftiróce CAorh 50 cóif. 3047 

£occ<Mm fe^cc x>on ti)é-rjrvtimne^tt mAo\\X)A rh^f cAtxMg 
An éAj^AX) fe>Anc-Aif. *oo ftéAóc im córh, 

An cú at\ eAlA crviic^c T)éifrofe te n-&\\ Cf^oc^'ó 
fe^fiA-com 30-50 

'S a céite c^tm^ oa t)éme 1 ngteo? 



118 ArhfUMn eog^m 1lu*Mt) llí SúittexMaÁm. 

tló av\ xMnmf rmtif búc rhín Tnonnfuit)exVó s^ftb- 
Cf\úip ; 
1f Tí'fúisexvú ce^ng-ditce ^n £émn g^n cfteoifv, 
íló x\n finne-bexMi T)o t)úbtuigeAt) cúfnuMt)e Atb^n 
tló av\ cium-fvíog^n c^fvCAnnAó t>o Cf\éi5 m^c 
Ufteom. 3055 

AiCfif *o^m 1 ri-éife-Aéc if £éitt 50 g^fCA ^tic, 

An cú tléten ban-airuMt riuAOfvtM rhot)^rruMt 
te n--Af\ CAittexvó n& Laoic me-Af\ fx\on 1 gcxMiuMb cntnc 

'S av\ Ufu\e £Uf\ t^f^t) te Cf\ém-ne^f\c ftóg? 
tló &r\ téif\ *oo rhe^f guf\ cú bí ^5 ionnftn*óe 
gfe^nnrh^rv 30G0 

te 1úno av\ e^t-A-bean CfUAob r\<\ n-óg, 
tlo tTlinervbA av\ ctnt bmf)e ■o'fíhj; fu\oi £AÚ-cuifife 

'tl^ 5CúptxMt)ib Cf\e^fc<\f\CA iu\ céA*oc*.\ ,Af\ f eot) ? 

T)'ff\e^5xMf\ fmn Ar\ f péifv-bfunnne-Att béit-mitif c-Afv- 

tAV\r\At, 

tlí tMon T)on xMcme mé Tu\f\ frdottaif fóf, 3065 
Ciot) 5Uf\ pvoA mé 5^11 céite *oom tfu\oíuvú a$ g-álLa- 

CfU11p 

*Oo cU\octtng muMgne-At) Ag T)&AfiArii bftóin, 
1f mé buime ce.\f\c n.\ bppionnfdl'óe if f\ún- 
óf\Oit)e C-Af\otuif, 
AcÁ Tmb*\c f><\oi fAC-cuij\fe 1 nj;éibmn póf, 
A5 ce^cc ^noíf b*\f\ n-ionnfui*óe 1 ivoúitige^cc 
fe-Afc-Aifve^cc, 3070 

te búfu\it)ib m^tttugce *oo tfu\oc a\\ T)Cf\eon. 

<&rÁ ílAnóbefv féi*oce te Cféiriife 1 n-*\iu\cfu\ 

1f iu\ méif\Ug iru\tttngte x>Á *ocfu\ocu\t) <\f\ feot), 

AzÁ llotóivo 5<\n séitte<vó 50 ffu\ocriu\f\ fe-ApgAó, 
'S if Cx\onu\ó Cf\e*.\Cv\n-U\5 alá tifbón. 3075 



Ctnttexvó Aiftmg. 119 

Je-AttAitn TMOit) 5^n óúmfi'óe 50 bf úisfe^ri S^cf^n^ 
'Y\& muf\c4it)it> túffAó 5-An géitt 'oon óóip ; 

t)éi*ó fCfiof x\|\ p<vo ,ar\ c^mp^i*óe ^n c^m-'ótigit) 
ce^tgxMg 
'ÍIa gc-Am-ttiige Af rh<Aó,<Mr\e te cé^óc -An fógrh<<Mr\. 



: 



t)éi*ó Aiffe«<\nn n-dorhfcá ^5 ctéif r\A f<<Mtm f uitc 3080 

50 féifrhe,<\r\ fe^nm^c 50 fá<vorh<<\r\ fóg-Aó, 
f Cx\r\otuf tléicf f^ r\éim 1 nAtbxMn, 

1f 5x\e"óit 50 fte^ó-Atfi^it 'n-A n-^ot-brung f óf ; 
toéit) x\n -Aicme feo x>Á bfíg pn *out>x\c f-Aoi f&t- 
ctnffe, 
*11x\ 5CúptxMt)ib cr\ e,áf c^ft^ te f^ob^f 1 n^teo, 3085 
t)éi"ó fcfiof x\f fexvó nA *oúc<Mge ar\ an gctúiT) 
ót<\om óe^tg-Aó, 
1f Hold thief f ex\f c-a orica x>Á "ocruxoóxvó x\r\ f eo , ó. 



1f c^ft-ánn-Aé CAom-gt^n OAomn^ó ce<<Minx\f<<\ó 

t)éi"ó Sé^fVUf c-Atmxx ipÁ féim 5-An ceo, 
1f cU\ntiA rhitéfitif fé^fc^c ft^ice-áttiAit, 3090 

50 f é^nm-df f e<dfx\m<Aó g^n séittexvó 'on óóip ; 
5AbxM"ó fe^t if c^\rjr\uigi'ó, a óU\nn ó,<\oin t)^nb^, 
P-Á S^rhAin -oaoitj sex\tt<Mm-fe 50 *ocru\ocp\r\ ax\ 
pór\, 
} S X)Á t)feicfinn-fe, m-Af f\<\rhtuigim, na f^rh^fUM-óe 
cr\ex\fc<\r\c^, 
T)o £>eic t^mpxM-óe <\r\ LAfxvó ^5-Am te ti-éi^e^n 
fpóir\c. 3095 



^♦♦- 



120 Arhf-áin 6og-Ain tlu«Ai*ó Uí Swlle&X)Ám. 

44.— T)o timnexvó Aistmg tteAg AeueAó. 

T)o f\mneA*ó xMftmg fie-Ag ^efie^c 5-An bféig Cf\ím 
né^t TMtn, 

1f me pxxon-1^5 fínce cf^c x\f neom, 
guf cApvó 1 5cém mé ^5 *oé-An^rh fmu-AWce 

1 ngte^nnc^n ^oibmn 5<m x\on im óórh«<Mf\ ; 
tllA|\ x\ fUMb c^nc-Am n^ n-éan ^|\ gé^s^ib C|\Ainn gUMf , 
LaóAin if éifc ^5 fcéiceA*ó ón T)c^oi*oe, 3101 

An e-At-A 50 gté ^5 cé^óc <<\fi cumn -Ann, 

'S -an pé^ft-á 1 n-íoóc-df Cfu\c -^f córruMf. 

Do bí beAnn-A-puió rhéice te 5fém *oon cíf <\nn, 

p^mcifi míotc-A b^nc^ if leorhAin, 3105 

Sion<<Mg a\\ fA\oc^|\ U\ocjuvó if fíog-óom 

A5 céx\óc f é óoittab bfe^Jc^ a\\ neoin ; 
T)o b'xMcmT) *oo poebuf Afi gé^s *oot> *\oij\*oe, 

1f néx\rh 'ttd ctí rru\f\ fc^it x\n óif, 
X)eAó& 'guf ém x\$ fcéiceA*ó nn cimóe^tt, 3110 

5^n bféig *oob x\oibmn ^Áif if ^eom. 

A5 m^óciiAm *oom fém Afi cféice <\n cf^ogAit, 

\!Án fpéif T)ot> AOibmn IÁ <\f tf scóiruMf, 
'Se^vó *óe<\f\cx\f-|v\ bé be^ rru\(>j\Tu\ mín-óneif, 

n^\f\ b^ofCA $ru\oi if *oob á,\mn ptió'ó; 3115 

'n^ fWMb U\fv\*ó v\a ^c^of 'n& fcéim C|\é tícif, 

'S X)A ó^ot a bfu\oice bfe^gCA 1 gctót), 
A c^\|\n-fOtc né^m|u\ó téi 50 bífea ó 

1T)Af féA\T)AMb ftíf ^5 p4r 5° ^eop. 

T)ob e^tAó mé-fi im x\onx\f foimpe, 3120 

Af\ té^\óc n-A tioi*óce CfÁc ^f neoin, 
1f p\U\mn *oon <<\efi bog b^oc 'v\a cimceAtt, 

1f éAT>Aó uimpe a]\ *óe^tt|\At) ffóitt ; 



Utnttexvó Aiftin^. 121 

5^ti pe^fvf-A *oon T)AormAóz téi t>á coimt)e46c, 
A6c fiotUMfe c-úoó if é x>o rhitt mé, 3125 

T)ob M)Mt> a bfvéicr\e Cfé n-A fxMge^TMit) 
'S if cUvon t>o fCAOit Cfim t^f xm fófvo. 

tlíof 6e^t5 mé -an féictex\6 cé ^tif ttntt mé, 

te tiéi5m Sfinn if ^ÁX)A T>on óig, 
gtif cti^f be^nn^cc if cé^vo T>1 1 mbféitfve tmtfe, 

tTl^f if é b-A ótnbe X)o c-út)^ifvc T)^ f óf\c ; 3131 
5«rv ffve^s^if mé xm fpéifv-t>e^n cé n^f fíte^f, 
1 tAb^fvtxMt) g^cóit^e féim 5-An coittiigce<<\6c, 
5uf btAifeAf a béAt be^5 á<\ , ocrvom iog^f\cá, 

5^ti pé-Anat) óm ófoi'óe te ciitice póg. 3135 

A 6ariA mo 6tétb, cx\*o if fcé-At Y^ n cftigit> te^c 

tló &n féit)fit) Cfíofc x*f $c^f 50 t)eo? 
tló -An mbéró cLann-A r\A ngAe^óe^t y:Á féim 'na 
5CfvíoóAit>, 
íló 50 bf^c -Afíf f^oi bfvácA x\n bfvóm, 
'fU bfe,Arumn<<Mb f^oru* aj; t)éAn^m cíof^, 3140 

X)o g^ttxMt) ^n t)éx\fvt^ t)o cé-Af <<\n Cfvorúe AgAinn, 
1f 5-dn ^s^mn 'f^ 11 tf^og<At -dóc *\on x>on tíne, 
50 n > oé-Afvf<Ai > oíf n-Afv bfut^ifv gurv teo. 

tlí 6^nxMm t)o fCé^tc-A brvéige corúce, 

1f f^ontng c'mncmn f-ám 50 fóitt, 3145 

go bftnt c^ifce^t n^ t^oc ^5 cé^cc c-Af c^ome, 
1f avi g-aoc X)Á 5Coimt)e^6c 1 n-^ijvo 'f 1 scóifv 5 

go mbéit) Aicme r\A ng-áe'óe^t Y^ n féim if xxoifoe, 

'tlá bfe^rumn^ib f«aoru\ ^5 x)éAn&m cíof^, 

1f C-Afottif gté^eAt tléicf mo Scíob^fo 3150 

A5 cé^cc <úfíf f^oi Cáifc 1 gcofvóm. 

^7 Tnr ruf^i ^2>^1 d 



NOTES AND VAMANTS. 



(M denotes O'Mahonv's MS. in the Reeves' Collection, No. 839, 
R.I.A. L. 2. signifies the MS. marked 23 L. 2 ; R.I.A., similarly L. 
24 signifies 23 L. 24, as most of the MSS. quoted have the No. 23 in 
common. Roman Numerals are used for the number of the poems, 
Arabic figures for the lines.) 

I. This poem, or the air, is called CpeAt)t)Acz nA riti*6e,AcuA 
in the MSS. 1. teAbAin, L 2; 3. 1f í ctiAoitiioc, M. 50 gtéjeAt 
L. 2 ; 12. te n-Afi, L. 2 ; 13. a bpém bfitn'o r a nAnAtM, L. 2 ; 14. 
bttúijte L. 2 ; 16. jté^f Ann, L. 2 ; 17. é-an, L. 2 ; 20. bpémne, L. 2; 
23. -Ancriuit, L. 2 and M. ; 33. ce.dn.4r<\c, M. ceAnn-Af-dc, L. 2; 41. 
jiéimeAf, L. 2, riéirneAf, M. ; 47. meAnmtim, L. 2 ; 98. M. and 
L. 2, omit nirix:. 

II. The MS. L. 28, was written by John Hannon in 1789, and 
part earlier. 132. & m.AOim CtuAin CAifib, G. 10 ; 134. fiíb, I* 28 ; 
ttí^-be^n, G. 10; 143. riéi"ó-medr, L. 28, ftéim-cion, G. 10; -jiéAm- 
bfnrce, L. 28 ; 158. fiéimeAr, L. 28 ; 159-160. néimexvo ir réinv 
ftnneAnn tnite.<yó A^tir ít ir 540 aou bite fiéró téitt hoiteA-ó ^n 
cotióm, O. 15. 182. pti-Ap aoji'oa, G. 10. 

III. 196. mbÁn-btio54ib, L. 28 ; 206. 0151-6, M. corrected to 645 
iii another hand ; 212. tétin, M. corrected to nétit in another hand ; 
233. tngin, M.; 244. DAnnrA, L. 28 ; 253. ^AitteAn, M.; 289. -oon 
ttíb, M., "o'om |tíb, L. 28 ; 341. boftb cut.415, M.; 361. ■o , AmAruMr\ 
M. 398. 'r-An rfnÁm, most MSS, ; 431. SmtiAc, M.; 560. btn-óeAC, M. 

VIII, IX, XI. were composed while the poet was a soldier in 
England. 

XII. It is said was composed in an hour in a farmer's house in 
Co. Cork where the poet was staying incog. He gave his opinion on 
some poem. The companv laughed at his audacitv, and to prove on 
the spot his capacity to act as literary critic, he sat down and com- 
posed this piece. What he has never done elsewhere, he gives his 
name at the end. 

XIII. 1024-25. These lines contain one of the few directout-. 
bursts of delight in natural phenomena, to be found in our poet. 



124 NOTES AND VARIANTS. 

XV. The metre of this piece is somewhat irregular, and it is 
probably not Eoghan Ruadh's work. 

XVII. 1286-89. A reply by Seaghan Na Raithineach to this 
same question is given in the MSS. It differs considerably from the 
piece here inserted. Finneen O'Scannell who was a great admirer of 
Eoghan Ruadh, has given us also a list of settler's names hitched into 
Gaelic verse, here is a specimen — 

béi*ó Geelden ir Groves, Hill Beecher ir Bowen, 

Johnston ip Stevens 1 n^eibliocAib b|tóm. 
Morrison coiiriiJteAc -oob AiceAr le n-mnpnr, 

1r Warren ^An rAoinpe coip Iaoi 51I iu\ -orjiGon ; 
Wallace An T>íbi|ic Ar peAjiAfitiAift ómn Cuijic, 

1r Aldworth ^An ctainnce Ajt a boitl ik\ coc reó, 
Freeman ir Store, Henn Green A^up Gore, 

^An cajvvó o|iAinn coi-óée if tk\ ■orei-óliocAin noiru\inn. 

XVIII. This piece was composed a< Gneeveguilla where the poet 
at the time taught school. The order <>f the Btanzaa and linea variea 
much in thc different MSS. The order here followed La that of a 
rare MS. of which the Editor made a eopy Bome yeara ago, and 
which seemed to give the authentio veraion. 

XIX. -XXI. These three poeme prove the eheerfulnesG and good 

liumour with which the poet aocepted the lot oí an agricnltural 
labourer. 1435. pémi-ú, not given in MSS ; 1441. rloi^re, lt, 
niA^Ail ciorA, M., i\k\Icio|v\iV), (í. 25 ; 1412. dti Afun, M. and (-. 25 : 
pit-'ónoinje, G. 25, pÁro -ofioince, M., neither reading Batisfiee the 
metre. "Paoi -óío|imAib wliich is an expei imental emendation meana 
' in companies of workmeo ; 1443. a ciofA m&ó 6151011 nÁ bio-ó 
f^uitb ua nuic, G. 25, a ciOfá rruvó £151011 n* bioc eintA, etc, M.; 
1444. U151U, M. uaoiI, G. 25. 

XX. is found only in G. 25. The SéAmAr appears to be a differ- 
ent man from the smith addressed above. No doubt he was a 
carpenter. 

XXI. Tradition has it that he smith here eulogized lived at the 
Old Bridge at Lisnagown now Headford. The river over which 
this bridge stands is called the «AbAtnn tlí ófiuvó. In linc 1533, the 
river is called AbAinn t1í ÓeÁnnA, possiblv for metrical purposes. 
There is an AbAinn t1í CeAtinAij; flowing into the Shannon at Bun- 
rattvin Clare (See " Ann. Four MasterB," Vol. VI., p. 1600), but 
it can hardlv be the river the poet alludes to. 1489. th« roots of the 






NOTES AND VARIANTS. 125 

cuiteAnn plant, called also cvnteAnn ÓApAitt are the dread of 
diggers, as they destroy the edge of the spade. 

1493. Cjiút>, made fem. in the copy of poem supplied, should be mas. 

1537. In the last line of the poem a woman is referred to accord- 
ing to the traditional principal that a woman's name should be 
introduced into every song. 

XXII. We cannot determine the locality of this school. We 
know the poet tanghtschool in the neighbourhood of Donoughmore, 
Co. Cork, among other places. Similar verses sent to his own parish 
priest are lost. 1549. 30 ^ctAire nA ueof nAT>, M. The latter word 
may be a proper name. 

XXVI. This piece I have not found in MS., but its genuineness is 
bejTínd dispute. The man called buc feó whom the poet satirizes 
as a type of the miserly character, lived at Gneeveguilla, his daughter 
called SiobÁn An btnc, lived to a great age, and persons still living 
remember having seen her. Einneen O'Scannell has written a piece 
to the air of this poem in the opening of which he thus addresses 
Eoghan Ruadh : 

A ca|iat>ai3, 5tiiT)im-fe ua hApruAit. t>ot> coinroeAcu 
'S if 3AfUA nA tAoi"óte reo fCfíobfAmn it> T>eoiT>, 

^5 uajaijii: Af 5níoniA|icAib nA n-Aifi^úeAÓ ^cmnue, 
T)o ÚAifceAf 30 fíof-éonnAitt cjitnrin a ^cvnt) fuóifi; 

T)o rcjiíobfAinn *oo"o cómAi-|i Aft m'mnumn *oo fceot, 
Atx: nÁ|i b'Aitnit) -oom ní-ó A|i bic ^An ruigeAm teAu- 
fA jiomAm. 

XXVII. This is the only satire on the Clergy which has come 
down to us. The first stanza is a kind of Introduction, the rest of 
the piece being in metrical chain. It is addressed to a priest who 
is highly praised, and is a mild satire coming from so great a master- 
But Eoghan was too religious to wound the clergy deeply. 

XXVIII. This great satire must have been composed when the 
poet was scarce past the age of boyhood. The greater portion of it 
has come down by oral tradition. The verses of some of the other 
poets who joined in the fray have also come down. The individual 
poet whom Eoghan so savagely attacks hailed from Baile Mhuirne. 
Properly the spelling of this celebrated place is t)Aite t)oi|me, as 
appears from Mac Firbis's Book of Genealogies, p. 721, " gobnAic 
ó bAite boijme 1 n-oeifceAfu éif mn." 

XXIX. Irish poets are noted for strong personal satire. This 



126 NOTES AND VARIANTS. 

psalra of imprecations is as solemn and sombre as anything we know 
in literature. It proves that Eoghan's genuis was adaptable to 
many moods. The tone is that of a Pontiff pronouncing solemn ex- 
communication agains an heresiarch. 

XXX. According to 0'Draddy's MS. this piece was addressed to 
Eoghan MacCarthy an Mhéirín. It is clear that the individual to 
v/nom they are addressed was himself a poet. 0'Draddy's version 
is somewhat different from our text. The concluding stanzas have 
been omitted. 

XXXIII. The young lady here eulogized was the daughter of the 
titular White Knight. The poet is caref ul to avoid any allusion to 
Mary Fitzgibbon's ancestor's act of treacherv towards his kinsma" 
the ' Sugane,' Earl of Desmond. The tone of the poem is distinctly 
high, and the metre intricate. 

XXXV. Of this beautif ul song there is but one copy known to me. 
0'Curry writing about 1840 speaks of it as rare even then, 

XXXVII. 2512. £au sttmn, MS. The version in M. is the onlv 
one I have seen. 2533. frU\c "Ouijb, MS. 

XXXVIII. Thispoem has been sometimes attributed to triAiue ní 
SeA-ÓA of Carriganima, but the Btyle is clearly Eoghan Ruadh's, and 
some MSS. ascril)e it to him. There are two or three versions of it 

diftaring iu a few stanzas. 

XXXIX.-XL. 2779. In G. 24 the ceAnjAl given to thewarrant 

for Noonan is added on here. 'I hal i here was . distinct ccau^aI to 
this warrant seems certain. 2758. téicju^, G. 24 ; léi jiro other copies. 

XLI. 2914. The SCfte'CAfl is no doubt Scralianaveal, O'Rahillv's 
native placo. I f / is not above a mile from Meentoguts. 2918. 
Monday was supposed to be an unlucky day for bargains, etc. 2942 
Iiajia, 0'Daly. 2943. muc tlei', ? Daly. 2944. I do not underctand 
the allusion in this iine. 

XLII. This interesting little piece has the vigorous march of an 
Irish jig. 1310. Án p-HAinns (sic) in MS., the allusion is obscure to 
me. 3015. for pípe, MS. has ph., which may stand for a proper 
name. 

XLIII. 3049. -peAncA| , ) MS. , otherwise the line which is obscure 
to me stands exactlv as ii? ^IS. Perhaps for cóm we should read 
cóniAi|i. 



V o c 1 1 n. 



[In this poctóift words occurring in the £octóiji to Keatiug's 
Poems, the íirst volume of the series, are not given except (1) when 
tbey are used in a different sense, (2) when differently inflected, 

(3) when additional illustrations bring out the meaning more clearly, 

(4) when forms derive an interest from occurring in an author more 
modern than Keating. Cases, genders and numbers are denoted by 
their initial letter*, thus, gpl., genitive plural ; 2 s. pr., imper., 
second person singular, present tense, imperative mood ; forms in 
the passive voice are m&rked ps. P. O'C. dcnotes Peter O'Connell's 
MS. Dictionary. O'R., 0'Reilly's Dictionarv. 

Of a large class of words, terms of abuse, encomium, etc, whose 
use is perfectly well understood, the etymological or primary meun- 
ing is either entirely lost or involved in obscurity. e.g., ceAiri4t<\c, 
pÚTMfitAc, tionfca. 

In dealing with the rich mine of language descriptive of female 
beauty, and especially of the thousand shapes assumed by woman's 
hair, the lexicographer feels the poverty of the English language an 
insurmountable obstacle in his way ; he can do little more than to 
ring the changes on ringlettecl, curled, braided, in massy folds, etc. 
Among the many beautiful terms for a fair maiden occurring in 
these poems we may mention bÁb, bjn's'oeAc, bjiumneAtt, gté- 
bjiumueAtt, 5<MtceAUn, fmn e-beAn, pcuAifie, fpéift-beAn, pró- 
bean, fteAtc, jtéitceAnu, while there are but a few substantives in 
English to correspond, if we wish to keep clear of vulgarity. A 
large class of words too are employed as poetic terms for a strong, 
brave man, peasant, or soldier, such as bite, t?Afi.Ai jie, ftÁbAi|te, ftAit, 
feAbAc, teomAn, cdtm-peAjt. The reader trained exc'.usivel^ to 
English modes of expression is apt to stare in wonder when he finds 
a peasant or a common soldier called a f tAiú A remarkable feature 
too of these poems is the number of beautiful adjectives descriptive 
of female modesty and gentleness, such as CAom, c<\om, mocAi^i, 
f cnAnrÓA, f éim, and their compounds. Some traces of these beautiful 
words have found their way into the Anglo-Irish street ballad in 



128 Foctóiti. 

which we sometimes hear the praises chanted of a " sparkling young 
mild-looking charming fair dame."] 

Ab&i-ó, ripe, sprightly, mature ; ?is.,25, 298, 616, 2286, 3126; ds., 

962; aclv., 50 hA., 215, 1073, 1780. 
AbAi^mi, I cause, bring tomaturity ; 3 s. pf., 945, 1068, 1757, 1858. 
^blAc, m., a carcass ; ns., 2827, 2854. 
Acpuinn,/, power, ability ; ns , 1456. 
«Acpuirme-Ac, powerful ; aclv., 30 ha., 1780. 
/Acfi-d, m., an acre ; «5., 1676 . 
/AcfiAnn, m., a contest ; cls., 47, 778. 
,<\cuion, m., action ; £/.?. 1508. 
A-ó&\\c,f., a horn ; as., 1398. 
^•ÓArc-Afi, m., a halter ; ds., 2761. 
.<Voeijiim, I say ; 1 s. pr., the indep. form used with ní, 1639 ; 3 s. 

pr., -oeifi in dep. clause, 2828. 
A-omuijim, I confess ; 1 0. pr. , 161G. 
A-ónAim, I enkindle ; 3 s. pf. ps., 2940. 
^e, m., the liver ; dpl., 256, 79i>, 10U, 2405. 
Aey, m., the air ; ds., 3122; airiness, lightness, rw., 2422; sport- 

íveness, ns., 2332. 
AeneAc, airy, light ; ns., 3096 ; sprightlv. &*., 616, 2156, 2542; "'//•., 

50 ha., 1563, 3024 ; spirit-haunte 1, ns., -J-j70. 
^5Atl, m., discourse ; <y,s., 643. 
A^jAltAim, Inarrate, ; rn., dgAtt, ds. t 156. 
Aif|ieAnn, />&., the Mass; JW., 3080, 1566 ; flfe,, ]!)!)(> ; tu.,353. 
Áit, pleasing ; tk\ mb'Áil Lev\u, did it but ]>!«• tse yott, 2576. 
Airrn-o,/. , a foolish person ; rw., 1993; »*., 1635. 
-Ain-oe-Ar, wretched ; rw ., 1150. 
.Am-oeire,/, misery ; ns., 1990. 
Améi5ceAih<\nuA, unmanlv (?) ; n*., 2797. 
-dmjeAÍ, m., an angel ; gs., 2222 : <n>L. difi^it, 2215. 
^imm,/., ablemish : ns., 973, 1978, 1928. 
-Ainmnijim, I name ; 2 s. pf, 452. 
Aific,/., great eagerness, voracity ; ds., 2762. 
x\ificeAT)At, m., an article, a thing ; gs., 1886. 
Ai|iciof ac, voracious ; ns., 2869. 

áijvo, (1)/, a place, a direction ; ns., 2823 : rfjp/., 2823. 
Áifro, (2)/., happiuess ; gs., 1903, self-esteem ; oís., 5411 Á.. Jepressed 

949 ; 5^n Á. Sfnnn, depressed in spirits, 1015. 
^ijigte, spoiled ; ds., 1849 ; adv., 50 h., 1058. 



foclóip. 129 

Aipsim, I ravage ; 2 pl. imper , 2/54. 

dif^teAc, m., a rapacious person ; ns. t 1919, 2865; one plundared, 

ns., 37. 
xMttiJim, I heed, obey ; 3 s. pf, 989 
Aiftm,/, weapons ; ns., 3013. 
-Áijimim, I reckon ; vn., ÁifieAm, 1830, 18*25. 
-Ai|tm-neA|fc, m , strength of weapons ; gs. (as adj.), 1461, 1443, 
-Aif, back; uaji a riAif (she came) back, 2825. 
xMfce,/"., a present ; ns., 2924. 
iire,/., auseful article; ns., 2947, 2963, 2987. 
-Airtitis,/., a vision ; ns., 30^6 ; <fo., 214, 2j2i, 2371, 3000. 
&\z,f., a place ; ds., 1 n-Áic, instead of, 1901. 
Aitcim, I entreat ; 1 s. pr., 26, 140, 171, 503, 979, 1074, 1574, 2508, 

2902, 2910 ; 1 s. pf., 289, 641. 
A\ze, comp. and super. of &\z, pleasant, 427, 488, 
A\ieAnzAc, learned ; gpl., 1585. 

&\ieA\\]\Ac, m., a change, an alternative ; ns., 3023 ; ds. t 1077. 
AiueAf, m., mirth ; ds., 2862, 

-diteAfc m., a speech, lecture ; ds., 978 ; «5. (AtAfc), 995. 
Aite-ApcAim, I deliver, as a lecture, etc. ; 3 s. pf, 625 
xMci^im, I argue, give evidence ; 3 s.pf, "o'Áicim, 2830. 
-Aitm,/!, acquaintance; ds., 2439. 
Aitif, /*., shame ; ns., 1939. 
-Aitif eac, shameful ; ns., 2797, 2854. 
Aitnro, known ; ns., 515, 3108. 
-Aitmjim, 1 recognise ; 3 s. pf., 2823. 
Aitftif im, I narrate ; vn., 194, 1263. 
Ál, m., a brood ; ds., 279. 
-dtx\, m., skill, craft ; apf. 2554. 

ÁI&-Ó, m., a wound, spiteful feeling ; ns., 2039 ; as., 1761. 
Att(<\)-cú, m. and/., an alien hound (a term for the English) ;_ gpo., 

1863. 
^ttmúfAc, m., a pirate ; ns., 1254 ; gpl., 1289 ; apl., 1294. 
AttuÁn, m., a wild man ; ns., 2797. 
Attuóif . /., an altar ; ds., 1745. 
Atpuf ac, fierce, vociferous ; adv., 50 \\a., 1854. 
Am^c acfa;., out ; 2818. 
Aniái'), m., a yoke ; ds., 415, 656, 1065. 
&mAT>Ár,, m., a fool ; ds., 2982. 
ArhAjtc, (1) m., sight ; ífo., 184. 
AmAfc, (2) m., act of seeing, looking at ; ds., 1034, 1050 



130 foctóiít. 

ArriAjicAiTn, I look at ; 1 s. pr., 1704 ; I see, 1 s. pf., 21, 1026, 3 s. 

pr., 1778 ; 3 s. pf., 2045 ; vn., 45. 
^rÚAr, m., a mercenary, a wild fierce man ; npl., 1745 ; gpl., 688. 
Amur, m., a thrust ; «5., 2073. 
<Ámén, (accent on lst syllable) amen, 1013. 
&x\At, m,, a path ; ds. } 1175. 

-AnACAifi, /., distress, misery ; ds. (auacjia), 23, 58, 238, 3043, 3072. 
&Y\&ch&\rr\j I protect ; vn., AnACAit, 2298. 
Ar\Ac\\Ac, wretched ; adc, 50 \\a., 1929. 
Ar\Arr\, m., the soul ; gs., 2139. 
An-brAmneAÓ, weak ; «tZy., 50 \\a., 3032. 
An-bfioiT),/., great slavery or depression ; ns., 1947 ; ds., AnA-bjiui-o, 

13, 400, 405. 
-dncAifie, m., an anchor ; as., 1499. 
«AnrA-ó, m., terror ; #,?., 2258. 
Aníor, adv., up, from below ; 2496. 
,dnn, aefo., to the spot ; 2069. 
AnnAiú, seldom ; 1586, 1597, 1640, 1817; cis noun, a rare occasion, 

£AC a., 1567. 
AnuAf, adv., downwards, 2565. 
-Aox)Ai|ie, »&., a guardian ; d}>L, 156; a keeper, a guardsnian, gpl., 

826. 
Ao"ÓAi|ieAcr, /., act of guarding ; as., 1879. 
Ao-ÓAijnjim, I herd, protect ; vn., 2215, 2563, 2569. 
AoibneAr, m., act of amusing oneself, 2785. 
Aoi5Ói"oeAc, skeleton-like (?) ; ns., 28 ;\k 
-Aoit-cneAf, m.,lime-white skin ; gs., 1093. 
Aoit-cneir,/, a fair lady ; ns., 390, 440, 749, 899. 
x\ome,/., Friday's fast ; gs., 1120. 
-Aot, m., lime, lime-colour: ds., 2478. 

AotbAC (AotthAc), lime-white, beautiful ; dsf., 2631 ; dpl., 274fl. 
Aot-bfiAU, m., lime-white cloth ; ds., 2536. 
Aot-bfiuj;, m,, a line-white mansion ; as., 1060 ; npl., 1146 ; dpl., 

170 (Aot-bjui^), 2261, 3083 ; apl. } 43. 
Aot-cojip. m., a lime-white body ; ns., 553 ; gs., 2340. 
Aot-cfiob, m., a lime-white hand ; ns., 16, 2528. 
Aot-ctuiÚAc, of lime-white appearance : ns., AOtt-cjiutAc, for asson- 

ance (as subs.), 1102. 
Aot-OA, lime-white; ns., 241, 1040, 2540, 3042 ; npl., 1019. 
Aot-"OAt, m., lime colour ; ds., 1046, 2245. 
AotmAji, lime-white ; as., 1403. 



poclói^. 131 

Aon, pron., one, any one ; z&y a. ? 2707 ; mAft Aon, together with, 

2786. 
^otiAi|i, lonely, alone ; (prop. gs.), 37. 
-Aon-bA|i|t(A) m., unique supremacy. 
-Aon-cÁr-, m., sole cause ; ns., 163. 
Aon-cojip, m., singleness ; ds., te hAon-cofip Th'ojfiAip, with single- 

ness of zeal, 1951. 
«Aon-cú, /., chief hound, i.e., leader, ruler, but in an uncompliment- 

ary sense ; dpl., 145. 
^on-*oAif, /., a single line or stroke ; ds. f 2236. 
Aon-T>&t, m., the same colour ; ds. f 2526. 
^on-je-dtc, m. f a very mad person ; gs. f 183. 
-Aon tÁ, /., one day ; adv. acc. f on a certain day, 2783. 
Aon-teAnb, m., an only child ; gs., the Only Begotten Son, 173. 
Aon-ttlAC, m., the only son (when used with the article it refers to 

the Son of God, as in lines 956, 2217, 2221) ; ns. f 154 ; gs. f 596, 

2217, 2221 ; ds. f 35. 
-AonriiA-ó, first ; &x\ c-AonniA*ó tÁ "oéA^ óf cionn 20, the thirby-first, 

2023. 
AonriiAji, lonely ; adv. f 50 h., 824. 
Aon-oi-oeAf , m., unique learning ; ds. f 127. 
-AonuA, single, untouched (of the breasts) ; npl., 2346. 
.donutnjim, I grant ; 3 s. pr. f 142 ; 2 s. imper., 2355. 
Aon-rvii5f inr, f., the same mind or understanding, 2790. 
-donutnijúe, united. ; npl. f 125. 
&o\\x)A, etherial ; as. , 2034, 
-Aor, m., age, old age ; ns. f 1610. 
<Aof riiAft, old. ; ns. f 1621. 

&y,prep., through ; Afi bfión, through grief, 1649. 
&\i 9 slaughter ; gs. (as adj.), wretched, 1913. 
-Ajia-o-tTIac, noble Son ; gs. (of the Son of God), 411. 
Afic, m. , the ark (of Noe) ; ds. f 2957. 
-Áfro-cíor, m. f heavy taxation ; ds. f 1059. 
Ájro-meAf, m., high esteem ; ds., 276. 
^jro-fcot, m. f noble race ; gs., 454. 
-ájro-ueAttAc (in text Áfro-uAttAc), m. f a great hearth-fire ; gpl., 

1530. 
xijrou 151111, I cause to rise, am the cause of ; 3 s. pf. f 272, 1544. 
xVjtm, (1) m., weapons -, as., 2954. 
«Ajim, (2) m., an instrument, a weapon; ns. f 1451 ; as., 1435; «£>£., 

A|tmA, 1009. 
-AfimAc, m., an army ; ds., 461. 



132 JToctóiji. 

-AfimAc, warlike ; ds., 2694. 

A\\\\act:, m., a monster; ds., 1848, 

AftfiAccAc m.,a monster ; ns., 1817; cfo., 1785, 1793, 1801, 1809, 

1839, 1851 ; gpL, 1763. 
Á\\rA, ancient ; ns., 1543 ; ds., 1007 ; as noun'm., a veteran, 855. 
Á\\r aó, m., an old man ; c?s., 1778. 
Á\\r acu, (1) /., antiquitv, ancient lineage ; used with the particle 

•oÁ to express absolute superlativeness ; t>á Áfif acc é, however 

ancient his lineage, 1638 (c/., x>Á otcAr é, however bad he be, 

etc.) 
-ÁfirAcc, (2)/., old age ; ds., 1760. 
Ar, prep., out of ; Ap tÁirn, at once, out of hand, 1508 ; accordingto, 

695. 
Aíac, m., a giant ; apl., 2489. 
Aía-ó, m , the face ; ns., 621 ; ds., 108, 498. 
AcÁ\m, I am ; 2pl.pr. t acÁcaoi, 1067. 
AcAijt, m., a father ; grpí., íia n-AiteAftAc, the Fathers of the Chuich, 

the Patriarchs, 1585. 
ÁÍAr,m., pleasure, joy ; gs. (used oa adj.), le cojtp ÁtAip, with pal- 

pable joy, 932. 
Aúcumje,/., a petition ; a*., 2210 
AtuijtreAc, sad, afllicted ; ns., 24Ó2; adr.,^o Via. , 476, 1015. 

t)Áb, /., a maiden ; ns., 443, 2156, 2319, 2836 ; gs., 437 ; ds., bÁb, 2082 ; 
a*., 803; i»., 981, 2624; gpL, 1805 : dpí., 2423, 2989. 

bACAlAé, curled (of the hair) ; iw., 6, 4S4, 956, 1031 ; «(/*;., 367. 

bÁctíf, m., a bakery ; <?<?., 2750. 

bÁt), m., a boat ; ife., 149«) ; «*., 2948 : apL, 968, 2250. 

bA^Aijiu, m., act of winliing; d*. , 1700. 

bvXjA^tÚAc, threatening ; ns., 2798, 2867 : adv., s;o b., 1565, 

bÁibín, /., a fair lady ; ds. t 1051. 

bAile, m., village, home ; ds., 1469, 1001, 2586 ; a^ b., at home, 

703. 
bAite inó|t, a town or city, ds., 2586. 
bMte ptnjtu, m., a fortified residence ; npL, 1019. 
bAiUjim, I collect ; vn., 1652 ; I carry, 3 s. pf. s 445. 
b<\itt(eVqtit,/., a limb-trembling, complete trembling, ds. 955. 
bÁme,/., whiteness ; ds., 230. 

bAinim, Irelate to, belong to (with te), 3 pL pr. t 2648. 
bAinmr, /., a feast ; ns., 3011 ; as., 1703. 
b.Mnnif eAc, fond of feasting ; as., 1715. 



poctóiji. 133 

t>Ai nfi 105 An, /., a queen ; ns.. 21 G8. 

toÁifie, m., a game ; ns.. cÁ An b. cAfrA aca, they have the turning 

of the game, they are beginning to win, 998 ; uÁ au b. A5 uóaóu 

riA ^comne, the game is turning against them, they are being 

beaten, 838 ; as. 9 cuif p-o ojijia An bÁifte, they wiil overcome 

them, 1232. 
toAifce, m., baptism ; gs., bAif ce (as adj. of John the Baptist), 1574. 
t)Aif cim, I baptize ; 3 s. pf., 2150. 

bAlbuijpm, I make dumb ; 3 s. pf., 637 ; 3 pl. pf ps., 1753. 
t>Att, m., a limb, amember; gpl., 1941 ; dpl., 2059 ; tÁitfeAc boitt, 

on the spot, 263; an article of furniture, etc, ns., 1511; as., 

1484. 
ÓAttec, m., a wallet; ns., 538. 

t>Atp Am-£ob, m., a fragrant little mouth ; ns., 2409. 
t)Án (1), m., a certain white wild animal ; npl., 244, 3106. 
toÁn (2), 77i., the lea, a lawn ; gs., 1489 ; cfo., 1912. 
toAnAtiiAit, womanly, ns., 613, 2256, 2320, 2480, 3044, 3057; as., 4, 

951. 
toÁn-bfiuj, m., white mansion ; dpl., 196. 
toAn-cAftA, /., a female friend, a wife ; ns., 1056 ; gs., 126. 
t)Án-cneif, /., a fair lady ; ds., 467, 1165 ; as., 961 ; vs., 823. 
toÁn-cfob, /., a white hand, ns., 241, 967, 2246. 
t)Án-cf nt, m., fair appearance ; ds , 1098. 
t)Án-ftAit, m., a fair chieftain ; ds., 1001. 
t>Annx)A, m., a band ; ns., 2662. 
toÁn-fíob,/., a fair lark, a term for a lady ; ds. 9 817. 
t>Án-fuoc, m., white cattle ; as., 2379. 
toAnrf Aér, /., a company of women : gs., 2795. 
toÁn-rfoij,/, white foot, ns., 2421 ; #s., 1033. 
toÁn-cfftut, m., a fair stream ; ds., 2415. 
toAot, soft ; ds., 3122. 
toAot-gem, tenderly fashioned; ns., 2173» 
t)AottAc, m., ns., a clown, 2850. 
t)Aot-túbAc, of vain tricks ; ns., 2798. 
t>Aot-thAc, m., a foolish son ; ds., 1979. 
toAot-f cemm, /., a quiet leap ; ds., 133. 
t>Af AthAtAc, wise ; adv., 30 b., 1288. 
toAjiÁncAf, m., a warrant ; ns., 2772, 2829. 
toÁjiji, w., top ; ca|i b., exceedingly ; t>o b. ctAi-óim, by means of the 

the sword, 1037; "OÁ bÁjtfi, 011 its account ; te bÁfft 5tn™> 

through sheer love, 817. 



134 Foctóip. 

bAfifiA, .1. bÁ\\\[, m., a crowning, finishing ; ds., 1450, 1446 ; top, ds., 

604, 2460, 2009; supremacy, superiority, as., 1028, 1821,2259, 

2415, 3007 ; the amount, ns., 2444. 
tMfiti4ilte,' m., a barrel ; ds., 2973 ; as., 2249. 
bÁfifi-cAr, entangled at the ends (of the hair) ; ns. t 957. 
bÁfifi-ponn,/., a fair lady ; gpl., 981. 
bAfCA'ó, m., severe wounding ; ds., 2309. 
£)Áru, m., a waist ; gs., 2954. 
bArcAlAc, gay, airy ; adv., 50 b., 1580. 
bACA, m. t a stick ; gs., 2769. 
bÁttAc, w., an awkward clown ; ns., 1654. 

bé, /., a woman ; gpl., nanAOi mbéice, of the nine muses, 1708. 
beAéc, correct ; ns., 435. 

beAcc-rhúince, of accurate knowledge ; ??•<?., 2017. 
béA-o, 1 s. f. of AUÁim, I am, 1680, 1696. 
béAt, m., mouth ; gs., beoil, 972. 
béAtbAc, m., a bridle-bit ; as., 1405. 
béAl-cAif, soft-lippcd ; ns., 613 ; ds. 2494; as., 4. 
beAtm^ce, oily, spruce (beAlAi^im, I grease or smear ; beAÍAi§te, 

greased, smeared, P. O'C.) ; adv., 50 b., 1580. 
béAmA, m., a beara ; as. , 14 ( .ts. 
beAn,/., a woman ; ds. t beAn, 1787. 
beAn 3A01I,/., a female relative ; ns., 2788. 
beAnn,/, a hill ; gs. t beannA, 2074. 
beAnn(A)-cnoc, m., a pcaked hill ; gs, t 2167. 
beAnn(A)-poc, m. t a horned buok ; npl., 3104 ; apl., 2537, 16. 
beAn-riT)e,/., a fairy womaii ; ns., 2169. 
béAji (1), m., a bear ; npl., 632 ; ajL>/., 743. 
béAri (2), m., a bear (a term applied to the English) ; ds., S0 ; as., 

687, 791 ; gpl., 856; dpl., 84, 1065. 
béAjitA, m., the English language ; ns., 2461 ; gra., 2135, 3141. 
beÁjmA-ó, m., act of gapping ; ns., 1801. 
beAi^iAim, I shave; 3 pl. cond., 2952. 
beÁfintA, closely cropped ; ns., 2850. 
beA-jic (1), m., a bunch, a heap (of the hair) ; dpl., 2400. 
beAjic (2), /„ a fact ; npl., 2412 ; a great fact or deed ; apl., 77 ; d$t., 

80, 1749. 
beAjtcAc, in clusters or heaps (of the hair) ; ns., 225. 
beA^cAim, I think, reflect ; 3 pl. imper., 1834 ; 2 s. imper., 1966 ; I 

imagine, 3 s. pr. ps. (with te), beAficA-ó tiom, I imagined, 470; 

1 s. pf. 649 ; Spl. pr., 447. 395 : I plan, conceive, pp., 2430 ; I 



poclóip. 135 

design, 3 s. impf, 384; 1 s.pr., 2246 ; I determine on, 3 s. pf,, 

287 ; pp., 1335. 
be-AÚA, /., life ; ds., 1578 ; food, ns., 1333 ; gs., 1816 ; estate, means 

of livelihood, gs., 1884 ; npl, 1548 ; gpl., 1012 ; health (as a 

toast) ; ws., 689. 
beAt-tnrce, ra., whiskey ; rw., 1812 ; gs., 1507 ; ds., 68 ; as., 92, 

2316. 
bé-bfitnnneAtt, /., a young woman ; ds., 3048. 
béite, m., a meal, a dinner ; as., 1703. 
béitíu, m., a small mouth ; ns., 561, 

béit-mitif, sweet-mouthed ; nsf. } 3064 ; as noun, ns., 2287. 
béim, /, a flaw; ds., 21, 502, 1958, 2699, 2328; a blow, gpl., 

beimeAnn, 150 ; ds., $An b., without receiving a blow, 2693. 
béim-bjiipeA-ó, m., a stroke-smashing ; as., 147. 
beoiji,/., beoir, a drink highly prized by the Irish ; as., 1427, 2316. 
t)i-á"ócAc, m., an almoner ; ns., 2189. 
t>i"óip,/., a smith's vice ; gs., 1480 ; vid. bíf. 
bite, m., a tree ; ds., 105; a champion, ?zs., 160 ; gs., 2112 ; ds., (a 

progenitor) 2141, (a scion) 2351 ; ns., 1746. 
biteAmAit, tree-like ; ns., 2141 ; championlike, ns., 536. 
bitte, m., a bill (of costs, &c.) ; ns., 1603. 
bitteós,/., a bill-hook ; as., 1492. 
bíneAc, having flounces (of the hair) ; ns., 225. 
bmne, comp. of bmn, sweeter ; ns., 2524, 3014. 
binne.<\r , m., melody ; ds., 1446, 2498. 
binn-^tófAC, sweet-voiced ; ns., 2871. 
bmn-gnt, m., melodious voice ; ds., 875. 
bío-ó^Aim, I start, start up ; 1 s. pr., 2028 ; 3 s. pr., 1782. 
bír, vid. bix>if, a screw ; ds., Afi bír, screw-curled (of the hair), 110. 
bífe-Ac, screw-curled (of the hair) ; ns., 226 ; adv., 50 b., 3118. 
biivóÁm, m., a constant or hereditary poet ; apl., 1725. 
bit-fiiA|i,4im, I constantly provide for ; vn., 1737. 
btA"OAi|ieAcu,/, flattery ; ds., 1465, 2386. 
bU-OAti, m., flattery ; ns., 76 ; gs., 2011 ; ds., 217, 1070, 2402, 2408, 

2621 ; as., 2463 ; act of 'flattering (with te), 1580. 
btAire, m., a tasting ; ds., 2397 ; as., 2450. 
bUifim, I taste ; 1 s. pf., 3134 ; 3 s. cond., 1732 ; vn., 251. 
btAo-óm, m., a flame ; ns., 2296. 
bUrca, elegant, perfect; ns., 435, 468, 536, 561, 579, 613, 625, 885, 

905, 1613, 1820, 2225, 2462, 3040 ; comp., 625, 729 ; snper., 489; 

adv., 1741 ; 50 b., 451. 



136 poctóir\. 

btÁt, /., beauty; ds., 1765 ; as., 247; bloom, ns., 2521, 2664; a 

blossom, dpL, 2415 ; ns., 1923 ; ds., 1936 ; as., 1773. 
btÁt-^Af, m., a blooming scion; ns., 2116. 
btÁt-potc, m., beautiful hair; ns., 956. 
btÁtmAji, blooming ; «5., 1779. 
bteAcc, m., produce ; «5., 2264. 
t>teAccAi"óe, m., a feeder, a supporter ; tis. 2190. 
bleAcuAim, I coax ; 3 s. pr., 1772. 
bteAcc--óuAncAc, poem-producing ; ns., 536. 
btéAn-jpAijipm^, broad-loined ; n*., 2798. 
btéin,/., the groin, the stomach ; cZs., 2814. 
bó,/., a cow ; <#tf., buAib ; 2562, 2628. 
bocc, miserable ; ns., 1071. 
boJA-ó, m., a bow ; as., 1360. 
Oots-móji, large-bellied ; ?i.s., 2798. 
bótcA, m., a bolt ; apl., 1503. 
bojib-cutAc, m., fierce wrath : gs. (as adj.\ 341. 
bójro, ?«., a table, a board ; ds., 1420; aji b. (on board ship), 35, 

1388, 1424, 2690 ; a plain Burfaoe ; ds., 2968. 
bórroAc, liberal at meals ; as., 1715. 
botÁn, m., a cabin ; dpl., 2811. 
bfiÁCA, m., a harrow ; rfs., jtaoi b. aii bjtóin. in the slavery of sor- 

row, 3139 ; as., 2948. 
briAon, m., a drop, a tear ; gpL , bjMonuA. 2035 ; cfy^., 2203. 
bjiAc, ??i., a garment ; dpL, 242. 
briAtAim, I believe, suspect \ 2 •*./., 2014. 
btieAb, ///., a bribe ; rfy/. 2426. 
bjieAbAim, I bribe ; 3 pl. pr., 1705. 

bjieAC, speckled ; ?j.s/, ah brieAc, the speckled cow ; 2004. 
bjieACA-ó, m., act of writing, pointing out, explaining ; ds. t 1962, 

1582. 
brteACAim, I write, recount, explain ; 1 «./., 1918, 2559 ; pp., 2886; 

I draw, design, 1 s. pr., 3536. 
bfieAcrMru, m., breakfast ; o^., 1454. 
brteA^, /., a lie ; gs. (as adj.), 3144. 
bjiéA^nAT), m., falsehood ; ds., 1028. 2554. 
bjieÁ^tA, comp. of bjteÁj, fine ; nx., 217. 
brieÁ^tAcc, /., beauty ; gs., brieAJtAcr, 2407. 
brieAttfún, m., an awkward clown ; ??<?._, -2797. 
br»ei*oeAc, hooded as a widow (?) ; ns, 2038. 
b|teittice, m.% a coxcomb ; ns., 2868. 



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bfieittfce, slovenly (?) ; 2868. 

bfii'5./, force, vigour ; ds., t>á bjiíj fiti, thereupon ; 3084. 
bfn'5*oeAc, a maiden, a bride ; ns., 909 ; ds., 1093 ; vs'., 897. 
bfuosún, m., an instrument for hanging dead beeves, etc, in the 

slaughter-house ; as., 1515. 
bjufeAT), m., act of brealdng ; ds., 2751; brealdng, as., 1284. 
bfiifim, I break ; 3 s. pr., bjureAnn pÁ rci^e, bursts into laughter, 

1608 ; 3pl.pr.ps. opt., 1931. 
bfiocAi^te, spotted, dirty ; ns. t 2896. 
bfioi-o,/., difficulty ; ns., 2575. 
bfiottA-fcoc, m., fair stock or race ; ds., 342, 
bfionnAim, I bestow; vn., 2989. 
bfionnrAc, bestowing, ns., 2183. 
bfiofuuijte, quick in action ; ns., 1.788. 
bfiuj., m. t a mansion ; dpl , 1255. 
bfiúi-oeAc, beastly ; ns., 2879 ; gpl., 700. 
bfiui-óeAn, /., a fairy mansion ; as , 2070. 
bfivnjeAnAc, quarrelsome ; ns., 2867. 
buACAó, buxom, gay ; gpl., 2568 ; afe, 50 b., 363, 2292. 
buAT>Aé-teAnb, a joyous child ; gs., 2230. 
buAic, /., a summit (of a tree) ; ds., 2248. . 
buAitnm, I win by conquest ; 3 pl. pf., 2262; I win, 3 s. pf. ps., 

1537. 
buAiT>fieAT>, m., sorrow ; ds., 2308. 
btiAtA-ó, m., a fight ; ds., 2984. 

buAUAim, I mow, reap ; vn., buAm, 334, buAmr, 2574. 
buAfi, m., cattle ; gs., 1731 ; as., 1883.. 
búc (properly buA-ÓAc), joyous, victorious : ns., 561, 571, 579, 3052 ; 

adv., 50 b., 2050. 
búctA (1) m., a wisp or ringlet (of hair) ; dpl., 543. 
búctA (2) m., a buckle ; apl., 1495. 
búctAé in ringlets (of the hair) ; adv., 30 b., 1160. 
búctAi-óeAc (.1. búctAc), in plaited masses (of the hair), 2516. 
buc -peó, buck show, a name for a notorious miser, 1 650. 
búi-ó-bfUAÚfiAc, gentle of speech ; ns., 2015. 
bui-óe, yellow ; ns., 881, 2798, 2919, 2983 ; An, b, the dun cow ; 2004 ; 

gs., 2930, 3062 ; ds. y 2995 ; as., 2989 ; gpl., 2955. 
bui-óeAnmAfi, fond o.f company, with a large following ; ns., 2116, 

1774; with abundant forces, adv., 50 b., 1208. * 

■'bui-óe-tiuj, thick and vellow (of the hair) ; ns., 2232. 
>buiT>neAc, m., love, a term of endearment ; ns., 1689. 



138 poclói^. 

buite, /., madness ; gs. (as adj.), 1812. 

buitte, m., a stroke ; gs., 1439, 1522, 1523. 

buirmeÁn, m., a scion ; npl., 1723. 

bum-bÁiteAX), m., a bum-bailiíF; ^5., 2646. 

búri, m., a boor ; as. t 1896 ; a boor (a term applied to an English- 

man); dpl. (búuAróib), 585, 590, 3071; búr*Aib, 656, 915, 923, 

apl. t 1305. 

CAbxMtt. m., act of helping ; gs. t 2651. 

CÁbtAc, in thick clusters (of the hair) ; ns. t 221, 951 ; adr., 50 c, in 

long thick masses, 1163. 
CÁbtAim, I bind in bondage (?) vn., 1149, 
CAbtitn^tm, I lencl a hand, assist ; 2 pl. imper,, 3092 ; vn. t cauaiji, 

608, 671, 1003. 
CÁ5, /., a daw ; apl. y CÁ15, 243, 968. 
CÁró, noblc : ?,pL, cÁró, 2368. 
CAitbinir-cr*, calvinists ; gpl., 63. 
CAitc,/., chalk ; ds., 551. 
CÁitróeAcc, /., qualitv ; ns. t 1041 ; ds. t 1035 
CAittim, I lose ; in passive, I die, I perish ; 2 s. pf. ps., 1945 ; 3 pJ. 

pf. ps., 762, 1974,2530, 2978, 3058 ; 3 s p/. pf., 575, 1405, 2055, 

2171, 2484, 533. 
CÁitme<A]t, of good reputc ; ns., 2117. 
CÁim,/., a blemish, a tault ; ns., 973 ; <&., 902, 1528. 
CÁimeAc, fault-finding ; rw., 28T>2. 

CAir-e, /., a streara (of blood) ; cfe., 073 : the sea ; ds., 669, 774. 
CAlf-péiteAÓ, having cross veins ; »*., 2894. 
CAir*miric, /., act of oontending ; d$. t 400, 737j 2240. 
CAiteAm, m., act of spending ; efa., 1455, 1407, 1/55. 
CAitim, (1) I must ; 3 8. MNg»/., 3021. 
CAitim, (2) I throw ; 3 pl. pr. ps., 1764 : 3 8. pr. ps. with te), 22 : 

3 s. pf. ps., 2374 ; Spl.pf.ps., 2075 ; I throw off with -oe com- 

bined with pronouns) ; />/./., 3022; 1 spend, wear out, pp. x 

277, 695. 
CAtAbAji, m., a mantel-piece ; as., 1506. 
CAtAit, m., a channel, a ferrv, the sea ; fifo., 657, 684, 329. 
CAtt, m. t want, necessity; as., 1552. 
CAttuAjt, m., a coulter ; ds., 1485. 
CAtmAc, stout, brave ; ns., 65 ; as noun ds., 1770. 
CAtm-Óouc, brave Corc ; ys., 72. 
CAtm-mAC, m., a brave son; ns., 486. 



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CAtnAjicAc, m., a harlot ; ds., 1913. 

CÁmAf, m., a fault ; gs., 1655. 

CAtn(A)-f tioéc, m., a perverse progenv ; ds.. 356. 

CAm--oti3eAX). m., a perverse law ; gs., 3078. 

CAm-ttngim, I lie in a distorted manner; vn., 3079. 

CAinpA, m., a camp ; npl., 1235 ; efy^., cAmpAi-óe, 3078. 

CAm-rpjioc, m., a perverse rabble ; ns. y 345. 

Cánn.A, m., a can ; apl., 2919. 

CAnnctAc, sorrowful ; ns., 343, 2044. 

CAnnutA-ó, m., sorrow ; ds., 1938. 

CAncAm,/., chanting ; ns,, 729,3100 1024. 

C-Aob, m., an ungainlv person (lit., a clod) ; ds., 2003. 

Caodac, dirty, clodded ; ns., 2896. 

Caoc, blind ; ns.,3125. 

Cao^a-o, m., íifty ; cfe., 2782; gpl., 2367. 

CAot-Jot, m., weeping; ns., 1783 ; #s., 2110. 

CAOim-mémneAc, gentle-minded ; ns., 1550. 

CAom-cftuiu,/., a gentle harp ; ds., 1959, 730. 

CAomeA"ó, ni., act of bewailing; gs. (as adj.), 2161 ; v». of cAomim, 

I bewail, 1696, 2175. 
CAOin-feAji, m. f a genial man ; ns., 1697. 
CAotn-^ot, m., tender weeping ; as., 2031. 
CAom-rrAifi,/> a genial narrative ; ns., 895. 
CAomceAó, mournful ; adv., 50 c, 2165. 
CAoi-rcftexvo, m., a scream of grief ; as., 2104. 
CAot, (1) m., a marshy stream, a marsh ; gpí., cAotuA, 2561 ; apl., 

2740 ; a narrow rapid, dpl. , 2340. 
CAot, (2) slender, graceful, ns., 2894. 
CAotAc, m., wattles ; ds., 1492. 
CAÓt-bAr,/., a graceful hand ; gpl., 2177. 
CAot-biOfi m., a slender spit ; as., 1505. 
CAot-cftob, m., a graceful hand or fist ; ns., 2342 : ds., 2317. 
CAot-Cfimc,/., a graceful harp ; gs., 170; «5., 1344. 
CAot-x>oi|ie, m., a graceful oak plantation ; £&?., 101, 1022. 
CAot-eAc, m., a graceful horse ; as., 1347. 
CAot--peA|i, m., a slender, graceful man ; gpl., 2742. 
CAot-jinibe, m., a slender hair ; ds, 111, 1047. 
CAot-cónAc, of slender frame, 2879. 
CAot-ujioij, /., a graceful foot ; ds., 1050, 2331. 

CAot-urtuit, m., a slender stream ; gs. } 188. - 

. CAom-ceAngAt, m. } a fair union ; ds. t 143. 



140 poctóin. 

CAom-cfuoc,/., a fair country : ds., 840. 

CAom-cfiuc, m., graceful form : ds., 1040. 

CAom-T>eAfic, m. } mild eye ; ds,, 2110. 

CAom-fuijim,/., beautiful form ; ds., 2229. 

CAom-tit, m., a mild lily ; gs., 113. 

CAomnA, (1) m., protection ; ds., 100 ; as., 44. 

CAOthnA, (2) companion-like ; ns., 1999, 21 17, 2667. 

CAomnAó. companion-like ; ns., 1623, 2016. 

CAomnAcc, /., company ; ds,, 2289. 

CAomnAi-óe, m., a friend, protection ; ?is., 822. 

CAomnAf, ra., protection ; gr6., 143; ds. t 104. 

CAomnui^teAc, protecting ; ds., 151. 

Caoji, (1) »&., a fire; ns., 2296. 

Caoji, (2) m., a red berry ; ns. } 623] efa. (uscd collectively), 737; 
wp/., 555, 2334; gpt., caoji and caojia 433, 1042, 2042, 2178, 
2515,3116. 

Caojia, /., a sheep ; w/>Z., 1993 ; gpt. t 151 L. 

CAojt-tuirne,/., a berry-red blush ; »w., 1 13. 

CAo|i-mitteAX), m., destructioD by fire ; n*., 153. 

Cajia, m. } a friend ; npl., cÁifvoe gAOit, relatives, 114S. 

CAjiA-oAr, m., friendship ; ns., 1716. 

CAficAir», / , a prison ; ds., 2157. 

cájtm, i card; as., 1500, 2953. 

CÁ|uu\c (from cAjin, a heap), in massea (ol the hair) ; ns. } 226. 

CÁ|\nA-ó, m., Blaughter ; ns., 1113 ; &., 315 ; as., 245. 

CÁ|mAim, I slay in heaps ; un., 856, 94 l, 1844. 

CAfin-potc, m., a heap of tresses, a mass of hair ; ns., 1032, 2401, 
3118; e#tf.,506, 1581, 1956. 

CAfifibAr, vi., a carouse ; ys., 1587. 

CAficAim, I overthrow violentlv, clear away; m., 785, 944, 1064, 
1844. 

CAjitAnnAcc, /., charity ; ds. } 2305. 

CÁr, m., a difficulty ; ds. t 999. 

CAf, intertwiued ; ns., 2890. 

CAfAtm, I turn back ; 3 s. pr. ps. opt., 6*9 ; 3 s.pf. ps., 2514: rx> 
cAfA-ó im t|teoi|t, I met, 2914; 3 s.pr.ps., 1730; CAfA-ó 1 n^leAnn 
mé, I chanced to enter a glen, 3098; cAfCAfi 'iia m>Ait, thej 
meet, 2912 ; -oo cajvvó Ati Atvoeipe im tfteo, I met with mis- 
fortune, 1317 ; I turn rouud, twist {v. act.)„ 3 s. impf. } 2925 j 
I impute as a fault, m. (with te), 2771. 

CÁfAim, I bewail ; vn., 206, 799. 



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CArnAisim, I defend ; vn., cArnArh, 95. 

CAfCA, rolled, folded ; ns., 2662. 

C^rút 1 » m -> a hammer ; as. t 1519. 

Cac, m., a battle ; ds., i ^caca cntnc ; dpl., 1 ^cACAib cnmc (c/., 

rpjté-cnuic, ete.), 3058, 1259 ; ap£., cACAix>e, 2537 ; apl. } caca, 

2529. 
Cacac, sorrowful; ns., 924, 1071, 1598 ; as., 2J05. 2193 ; adv., 50 c, 

948, 1555. 
CÁcAim, I throw out, shake out (prop. winnow) ; vn., 1859 
CACAir eAc, lovely ; ds., 3037. 
CAt-buAT)AC, battlc-winning, ns., 2642. 
CAt-míteA-ó, m., a leader in battle ; ns., 1006 ; as., 902. 
CAttiJA-ó, (1) m., sorrow, trial ; gs., 1964. 
CAtuJA-ó, (2) m., act of mourning ; gs., 404, 1062. 
Cé also ciox) ((/• vid.), conj., although, 3132, et passim. 
CeAcAi|teAcc,/., a stain ; ds., 2243. 
CeAcc, ra.,a lesson, a text ; gpl., 1753 ; apl., 2222. 
CeAccAji, pron. , each, (with neg.) none, 452, 497, 516, 2206. 
CéA"ó, m., a quay ; </s., 604, 723. 
CeAT>Aim, I approve of ; 3 s. (or pL), pf., 442. 
CéA-o-cuijnm, I first put ; vn., 1184. 
CeÁfftAc, active, nimble ; ds., 933 ; adv., 50 c, 1780. 
CeAtj, m., deceit ; ds., 663, 2410. 
CeAlSAc, deceitful; ns., 680, 946, 2873; gs., 3078; ds., 2301, 2431, 

2905, 3086 : adv., 50 c, 1559. 
CeAt 5 Aim, I sting, wound ; 3 s. pf., 438, 494, 1044, 1049, 2393, 2405 ; 

1 s. pr. ps., 2483 ; vn., 372 ; I deceive, 3 s.pf, níofi ceAÍg mé An 

réitteAc cé guft thitt mé, 3128. 
CeAtuAtAc, m., a large-headed clown ; ns., 3866, 2862. 
CeAngtAim, I unite (with) ; vn., 2433. 
CeAnnAn, white-faced ; nsm., 1300; nsf, au ceAnnAn, the white- 

faced cow, 2004. 
CeAnnAf (prop. ceAUAr .1. cionAf), m., love, friendship ; ns., 1716 ; 

gs. (as adj.), 197, 2225 ; ds., 1903 ; as., 42. 
CeAnnAfAc (prop. ceAUArAC, from cion, afíection), fond, beloved;* ns., 

33, 2303 ; adv., 363. 
CeAnn-fteAmAf , thick-headed, 2799. 
CeAnnr a, beloved ; ns., 1550, 1791. 
CeAnnrAix>e .1. ceAnnrA, beloved, afFectionate, ns., 562. 
CeAnn ufir. ait>, leader ; ds., 2091. 
CeAp, m., a chief, ancestor or head of a tribe ; ds., 2140, 2262. 



142 poctóiri. 

CeApAim, I think, think out ; 3 s. pr., 1952 ; 3 pl. pf., 1882 ; I 

imagine, 3 p pr., 369 ; I plan, íix on, adopt, 3 pl. pf. 9 429; 1 

pl. pf., 2791 ; vn., 697 ; I appoint, 1 s.pf., 2820 ; I compose (of 

a poem, etc.), 3 s. impf, 711 ; 3 s. cond., 2228. 
CeÁjtT), /., a profession, trade ; ns., céijro, 1617. 
CeÁfroAC, made with skill ; ns., 2658. 
CeÁjroAi*óe, m., an artificer ; ns., 1481, 1493, 1532. 
CeÁfinAc, victorious (ceAfinAc .1. buAi-óeAc, hence Con^hAtt CeA-finAó, 

P. O'C. ; same authority gives ccAjm = buAró, victory, sway, 

conquest) ; ns., 1786. 
CeÁfinA'ó, m., conquering or subduing ; ds., 1804. 
CeAjic-cAnAim, I sing corectly ; vn., 118. 
CeAjic-cnú, m., true nut (i.c, stock or family) ; ds., 2319. 
CeAnx-"óeAjibAim, I swear truly or accurately ; vn., 2782. 
CeAjiu-múcAim, I fully smother ; vn., 1293. 
CéAf ax>, m., torture ; ys., 2216. 

CéAfAim, I torture ; 3 pl. pf., 3141 ; 3 5. pf. ps., 2150. 
CeAfnA, m., a difficulty ; as., 1174 ; a great need, us., 189. 
CeAfnu^A-ó, m., want, perplexity ; ga. t 2.'-><»7. 
CeArnvjijteAc, troublcd ; adv., 50 c, 949, 3026. 
CeArc, /., a ditficulty ; ds., 1539. 
CéAfCA, grieved, vexed with anguish, tormented ; ns., 2716,2852; 

ds., 1863 ; as. t 2104, 2193 ; gpl., 2187 ; adc, 50 c, 1015, 2202; 

3026. 
CeAtjiA, m. t cattle ; a/d., ceAtju\niu\, 961. 
CeAtjiAiÚA,/., a quartcr, the ílank of a beasl ; <js., 151S. 
Céib, vid. ciAb. 

Céib-pionn (1), /., a fair-haired ladv ; ih., 755 j ns. t 2303. 
Ceib-ponn (2),/., a fair lock of hair ; npL, ceib-pomu\, 109. 
Céile, m., companion, ds., ón -ouín 50 céile, from one district to 

another, ón reAcumum 50 céile, froiu one weck to another, 

1590. 
Ceitim, I conceal ; vn., 1571. 
Céim, /., degree, dignity ; ns., 1104 ; ds., 1119 ; a deed or event. ws., 

2663, 2676, 242S, 2337, 2398; ds., 1281 ; npl., 2267 ; dpl., 2291 ; 

a task, ns., 2351 ; a circumstance, ns., 64, 702, 645 ; as., 714 ; 

an adventure, as., 2324. 
Céim-bAjiji(v\), ?»., superiority; as., 2303. 
CéimeAé. dignified ; ns., 614. 

Céiji, /., wax ; ns., Sl ; ceijt r\A n-oiL\ni, choice ot' ollamhs, 2129. 
CeiúeAjmAC, í»., a freebooter ; >ís., 2799. 



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CéitteAnn, /., a fair lady ; ds., 1614. 

Ceo, /. in several books, but always m. in spoken language; fog, mist, 

sorrow ; gs., ceoi^, 540, 2595, 2914; ns., 578; ds., ceo, 2960, 

3045, 3089. 
Ceot-ri"óe, m., fairy music ; ns., 1525. 
CeotnA|i, in darkness or distress ; ns., 924. 
CiAb, /., a lock of hair, the hair of the head ; gs., 2036 ; ns. or npl., 

céib, 731 ; npl. (céibe), 619. 
CiAtt, /., sense ; ds., céitt, 2114. 

CiAn, distant ; ds., 1 ^cém teAft, far over sea, 1036, 1053. 
CiAfi-Tmb, very black ; ns., 1300. 

Citt (prop. ceAtt), /., a churchyard ; ns., 1688 ; npl., ceAttA, 1945. 
Cmn-ce-An^AtAc, m., a binding for the head as for madmen ; gs. (as 

adj.), 1766. 
CmnreotAc, vain, pompous ; (P. O'C. gives cennreAtAó with this 

meaning, O'R. has cmnreAtAc, a man sprinkled with blood) ; 

ns., 1867. 
Cmnue, miserly ; ns., 1867. 
Cíoc, /., breast ; npl., cíoc, 887. 
Cíocjiac, earnest, intense ; adv., 30 c, 2087. 
Cío-ó, conj., although, 1579, 1585, 1605, 1754, 2163, 2181, 2471, 

2847, 3066. 
Cionn-Á|ro, proud, stately ; adv., 50 c, 1724. 
CionncAc, at fault, ns., 2448 ; adv., 50 c, 1558, 
CionnuAr (perhaps for cmmueAf), rest ; ds., 652. 
Cíop, /., the hair of the head ; ns., 807. 
Cíoji, a comb; apl. 1510. 
CíoftAim, I comb, set in order, pp., 221. 
Cíoti--ónb (vid. ciA|i-"ónb), intensely black ; ns., 1866, 2799. 
Cíor, m., a tax ; ds., 152. 
Cí|t,/.J the rows of teeth ; ns., 2481. 
CíjieAc, m., a comb, an instrument indented like a comb; gs. (as 

adj.), 1499. 
Cirum,/., a kitchen ; ns. 9 2186 ; ds., 1811. 

Cmm, quiet, gentle ; ns., 548, 1922 ; vs., 563 ; adv., 50 c, 1571. 
Cmm-cfmiu, /., a gentle harp ; ds., 626 
Cmm-nioi;An, /., a quiet, prinjely lady ; 3055.. 
CmmAr, m., a border ; dpl., 3924 ; a border or side of a spade, npl. 

1443. 
CmmAfAc, having borders or verges ns. 9 1521. 
CmmAf-bvn-óe, with vellow borders ; ns., 2518 ; odv.. 50 c, 545. 



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144 poclóip. 

CiumAr-cAom, gentljr-seVaged ; ns., 3036. 

CtAT>Aijie, m., a villain ; ns., 2939 ; as., 2738. 

CtA-ÓAifieAóu, /., knavery ; ds., 2979. 

CtAó-ffión,/., aditch-nose ; gs., 2893. 

Ct-A^Ac, cackling ; ns,. 2800. 

CtA^Aijie ? efo., aji c, r út, 2890. 

CtAimeAc, mangy ; ns., 2862. 

CtATri, m., a leper ; ns., 2873. 

CtÁm-conAbt<\c, m., a mangy carcass ; ns., 2815. 

CtAnn, /, children, descendants ; gs., cl,\mn, 2169: gpl. } ctAnnA, 

1824. 
CtAoclAÓ, m., change, alteration ; ds., 2347 ; a bampering with, gs., 

2527. 
CtAoi"óceAn, vn. of ctAoninm, snbdue ; 1U91. 
CtAoi-óim, I subduc ; 3 s. pf. t 2367. 
ctAoix)ce, beaten, overpowered ; 550 c, 775. 
CtAom-céim,/., a perverse dispositioo or deed; ds. 9 ctAom-céime, 

1706. 
CtAon, (1) m., deceit, perversity ; (/.<?., 681, 2410; prejudice, intrigue ; 

ds., 1995. 
CtAon, (2) pcrverse ; d*., 2431 ; adv., 50 c, ?384 ; wanton (of the 

eyes), ns.. 733 ; ds., 2402; lijrf-i 2333. 
CtAon-beAjtr, /., a perver.se deed ; ns., 1010 ; rf*., 2171 ; dpl. t 1079. 
CtAon-cóip, /., a wicked bend ; ns., ctaon-óoipe, 145. 
CtAon-comAi|tle, /., a BÍnister advice ; gs., 2877. 
CtAon-comtAc, of evil companv : ds., 2905. 
CtAon--óeA|ibA-ó, m., perverse swearing ; dpl., 2820. 
CtAon-*oti5eA-ó, m., perverse law ; gs., 844. 
CtAon-mneAtt, m., evil machination ; gpl., 153. 
CtAon-fieAcu, m., a perverse law or custom ; ds., 162. 
CtAon-fiorc, m., a wanton eye; npl., 2526. 
CtAon-fitnnne (ctAon-jiuitncvi')\ „1., wanton Same; tf#., 111. 
CtAon-fppor, m., a perverse contemptible person (spraf ) ; as., 2739 ; 

apl., ctAon-rptioir, the vicious little tribe. 
CtÁfi, m., a board ; dpl., ctÁjiACAib, as from n*. cIánac, 1679. 
Cté, sinister ; ns., 1704; ds. t 1124. 
CteAbAfi, m. 9 a cleaver : as., 1509. 

CteAr, »»., a trick,- deceit ; ds., 2000 ; npl. , cteAfA, 1573. 
CteAt, /.. a wattle ; ds. (?), 2845. 

Cté-beA|ir,/., a sinister deed or event ; ds., 1016 ; ??;)/., cté-binr, 2346. 
Cté-cteAf, m. 9 a sinister plan ; gs., cté-élir, 1972. 



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poclóip. 145 

Clé-ctmiAnn, m., a perverse company. 

Ctéine, npl. of ctiAji, 1753. 

CtóifieAc, m., a scribe, a clerk ; ds., 2237. 

CtéifieAci:, /., partnersliip ; ds., 1045. 

Cté-rpfH^rÁn, m., a sinister wretcli ; ns., 2844. 

CtiAb, m., a breast ; #s., b|tÁiújie ctéib, bosom friends, 1105. 

CtiAb-buime, /., a dear nurse ; gs., 154. 

CU&\\,f., clergy; ds., 1702; npL, ctéijie, 1585, 1753; gpl., ctéifie, 2185. 

CtiAt, /., a liarrow ; gs., 1486. 

Ctir, npl. of cteAr, a trick, pastime, 2346. 

Ctirue, skilled ; super., 489. 

Ctó-ó, m., figure, appearance ; ns., 548, 804, 983, 2916, 2305; ds., 

566, 975, 1438 ; as., 2700. 
Cto^, m., a bell ; ns., 1734; gpl., ctuij, 1939. 
CtoigeAnn, m., a skull ; ds., 2696. 
Ctor, m., act of hearing ; ds., 2080, 2108. 
CtuAnAc, flattering, deceitful ; ns., 2856. 
CtímAiJim. I cover; pp. 3001. 
Cttnce, m., rout, pursuit ; ds., 45 cuji An cttnce, routing, 856; a 

game, as., 1328. 
cUncim, I hunt ; 3 pl. cond., 1896. 
Ctvnx), (1)/., a corner, angle ; ds., 1 jctmT) ci|iu. at a proper anglc, 

i.e., rightly proportioned (of the body), 636 ; ds., 2527 ; a nook, 

the arms as a stay for a baby, etc. ; ds., 1832 ; a corner, a recess ; 

ds., 2527. 
CtúiT), (2)/., a covering ; ds., 1343. 
CtúiT>, (3) m., a rabble ; ds., 3086. 
Ctúm, m., hair ; ns., 1916. 
CtúmAc, feathered ; apL, 634; hairy, ns., 2890 ; covered with short 

hairs, ns., 2872. 
CtúmAit, renowned, distinguished ; ds., 10 ; adv., 50 c, 1724. 
CtutriAjicAc, m., a shaggy man (?), ds., 2818. 
CnA-ótACA, maggots ; apL, 2888. 
CnÁib, /., hemp ; ds., 1468, 2913. 
CnÁm-ÁnrA, old-boned ; ws., 2799. 

CnAoi-óue, spent out, (pp, of cnAOixnm, 1 pine away) ; ds., 277, 
CneA-o, m., a groan, a sigh ; ws., 2111 ; as., 1757- 
CneAfUA, modest, polite ; super., 489. 
Cnó, m., a nut ; as., 1518. 
CnómAft, abounding in nuts ; ds., 870. 
CocÁn, m., a tress, a curl ; gpL, 2955, 

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146 poclóin. 

Co-oAtn, m., dandriff, met., a flaw, stain ; ds., 17GG. 

CóffiA (vid., cótújia) m., a coffer ; apZ., 2754. 

Cojauca, gnawing ; ws., 2898. 

CogtAim (prop. coi5tim), I conceal ; 3 s. pf. 9 1742. 

Coijitr, /., stinginess; ds., 2131 ; concealing, storing up ; ds., 2107. 

CoinroeAcc, /., act of accompanying, protecting ; ds., 1S77, 3124. 

3147, 2246. 
CoimeArcAfi, m., a conflict ; gs., 1097. 1209, 2246 ; ds., 1749 ; as.. 18. 

245 ; act of contending, ds., 180. 
Coimi^teAc, stnnge, foreign, wild ; ns., 1123, 1254, 1300; ds , 

862, 1108. 
CoimiJteAcu,/., strangeness ; ds., 3133. 
Coim-teAnnÁn, m., a bosom friend ; ns., 2795. 
CoinspAll, m., an obligation ; ns., 1872. 
Coinne, m, meeting ; gs., 2791, 2820. 
ComneAt, /., a candle ; met., light, glory ; vs. t 1707. 
CoinneAt-bÁx)AX), m., excommunication ; ns., 1734. 
Cóip, /., a band of men, an army ; ds., 2261, 3077. 3091 ; as. 

1005. 
Cói|t, (1) proper ; adv., 50 c, 3047. 
Cói|i, (2)/., propriety, due arrangement ; ds., 1 gcóifi cific, duly set, 

887; ds., 919; ds., 1 5cóiji, duly arranged (of the teeth), 552 ; 

attendance, ns., 1813 ; preparation, accoutrements. as. t 986 : 

apparatus. as., 1486, 1518. 
Coijie, m., an invitation ; ds., 1897. 
CóijineAc, an osprey (a term applied to the English : dpl., cóifinij;, 

914. 
CoifificeAnn, m., a falling down headlong ; ds., 14(5;. 
Coir, (ds. of cor, a foot) ; prep., witli gen. } beside, 707, 723. 
Coirni^te, blessed ; ws., 2016. 
Cóifce, m., a coach ; gpl., cóifui-óe, 1504. 
Cotúji, m., a dove ; apl., 2249. 
Cóm, m., protection ; ds., 3049 (the text is probablv corrupt in tliis 

line). 
Com, m., the waist, the middle ; (/5., 1 ^coim oi"óce, at midnight, 

865. 
ComAccAÓ .1. cuiúacuac, powerful ; as. , 1575. 
Com<vo, m., the last two lines of a quatrain in dan direach; gen, 

verse, poetry ; gpl., 57, 2229. 
CómÁit,/., act of combing ; gs., 1570. 
c.ntn-Ainm, m., a name ; ?w., 2796. 



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CoriiAifi, /., presence ; ds., 'ua comAift, attending on her, 980 ; Af a 

jcotiiAiit, in their company, 3113 ; a? c, visible, 3103. 
ComAtftc, /., protection ; ns., 2112, 2287. 

C5rriAi|teAni, m., act of counting ; cls. (metrical counting), 2932. 
ComAtftleAc, m., an adviser ; ns., 2148. 
ComAirtmim, I give in cletail ; vn., 2708. 
ComAftÚA, m., a token ; ns., 2924. 
Corh5A|t, m., neighbourhood ; cls. } 867. 
Com-l/A3, weak at the waist ; ns., 2876. 
Cóm-tAg, equally prostrate ; as., 901. 
Comnxvó, m., assistance ; ds., 2929. 

ComóftrjAr* , m., comparison ; ds. } 1870 ; competition, ds., 1476 
CompÁr, m., a compass ; as», 1497. 
ComptAcu, /., a company ; ds., 69, 687. 
CómriA, m., a coffer ; ds., 2584. 
Cotiijuvó, m., conversation ; ds., 2950. 
Con^btAc, a lubberly person (a carcass) ; ns. } 2856, 2899. 
Con^AnuAc, helpful ; gpl., 1828 ; adv., 50 c« 90, 1724. 
Con^nAm, m., help ; as., 1278. 
ConrcÁbla, m. } a constable ; ^s. , 2646. 
ConrjAbAiftu,/., danger; cis., 2812. 

CófiAc, proper, orderly, elegant; ns., 2722 ; adv., 30 c, 2594. 
Cofin, m., a drinking cup ; as., 1368, 1397; d#>£., 1380. 
Cortótn,/., a crown ; ns., 160 ; c£s., 60, 95, 180, 3151 ; a crown-piece, 

as., 2922. 
CojtónAC, 7/1. , a royal personage ; gpl., 922. 
CoftftAc, criminal ; adv„ 50 c, 1558. 
CoftftAn, m., a reaping-hook ; as., 1506, 1515. 
Coftftu 151111, I hurry, bestir mvself ; 2 s. imper., 3008 ; I stir, 3 s. pf, 

2069. 
CorAncAc, defensive ; ns., 1786. 
Corc&im, I check ; 2 s. imper., 2065. 
CofCAfitAc, fond of carnage ; ns., 1786. 
Cof nAthAc, defensive ; ns., 1786. 
CjiÁ-ÓAim, I vex, vn. } 1926. 
CftA-ó-^ot, m., bitter crying ; ns., 2084. 
CftÁibteac, pious ; ns., 2015. 
CftAibceAcu, /., piety ; ns., 1743. 
CftÁróueAcu,/., torment; ns., 2058. 
CfiÁm, /., a general name for a female, especially a goose or sow, 

(the word seems to connote prolific motherhood ; it is often used 



148 poctóitA. 

with the geuitive of the species, thus cfiÁm jé-A-ÓA, ctiÁm mmce, 

CfiÁinuín jéA-óA, etc.) ; ds., 2/7. 
CfiAnnt)A, warped ; ns., 1944. 
CjiAob, /., a branch ; ns., au c., the palm of victory, 2291, 2337, 

3061. 
CftAobAc, branching ; ns., 2399. 

CtiAob-ctúcmAfi, having sheltering branches ; ds., 101. 
CfiAob-jtAr, green-boughed ; ns., 2141. 
C|iAoireAc, /., a javelin ; as., 1353. 

CftAOttAc (c|iAob--óeA|i5 ?), bright red : ns. t 2334, 2338, 2409. 
CfiAor, m., the maw ; ns., 2896; gluttony, d>„ 1562; fierce anger, 

ns., bA c|iAOf cum reArAim te nAnum>, 1460. 
CfiAofAc, ferocious, wrathful ; ns., 65, 1796, 2097- 
Cf AÓf-f Aiffin^, wide-throated ; rw., 2800. 
CfApAim, I wither, shrink ; m., I 142 
CjiApAtiAC, curled (of the hair) ; ns., 956, 2516. 
CfAÚAc, trembling (of the hair); adc, 50 c, 110.'>\ 2566. 
Cjté, m., the creed ; rw., 1572. 
CfeAc<Mfe, m., a robber ; rw., 2864. 
CféAccAc, afflicted, wounded ; adv., 50 c, 3026. 
CféAcu-ciof [tDAim, I destrov by wouoding ; 3 *. p/., 115. 
C]iéAccmAji, wound-inflicting ; />.<., 2(>44. 

CféAcr-nnttim, I wound to deatfa : 3 8. pf., 816; 3 pl. />/., 2235. 
CtiéAccmiiSim, r wound ; 3 s. />/., 2348, 2360. 
Cf eAr, m., thebodv; </*., 1761. 
CfeAÚAé, trembling ; rw., 1612. 
CjteACAttac, ///., entrails, the body ; nt., 1944. 
Cfev\r-lom, fleshless ; rw., 2800. 
Cfiéice, m., a wretch ; rw., 2912? «., 2901. 
Ctieróit, /"., a ltnell ; rw., L524. 
Cféim, /"., a gnawing pain ; 00., 1757. 
Cféim-cmeAX), m., a malicious race : (Ffé, 175. 
CféimeAc, abusive. biting; rw., 2898; odi;., 50 c, 15">9. 
Cféim-^eApfA-ó, w., cutting and gnawing : ds., 1855. 
Cféimim, I bite ; 3 pl. f. ps., ^47. 
CféimneAc, abusive, biting : ns., 

CjiiAÚAf, ?>?., a sieve ; aj;^., c\\ éirf.e meAÍA, honev-cornbs, 1379. 
Cm'oc, /., a termination, a result ; gs., 794 ; the end, ds., S <>1 : the 

limit, i.c, theface(?), ds., 1701. 
CtuocnAnn, I íinish ; 3 s. p/. ps., cjiíociuvó, was put an end to. I 
1987. 



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CttiocntijAX), m., aet of finishing ; ds. 125L 

Cfiior, m., a girdle; cls., 3009. 

CtnofCAt, m., crystal ; ds., 122. 

Cjiit,/., trembling; cfo., 3004 ; npL, 255 ; clfl., 746. 

CjiobAi-jie, m., a sturdy man ; ns., 1790, 2225. 

Cfioc, /., a gallows ; ds., 1261. 

CtiocAijie, m., (lit., a hangman), a villain ; ns., 1300. 

CtioiT>eAtriAil, large-hearted ; ns., 2313. 

Ctioi-óe-thirneAc, m., courage of heart ; ds., 1092. 

Cttoir-bé-dtAc, cross-mouthed ; ns., 2873, 

Ctiotrixvó, m., a stoop ; ns., 2895. 

Ctión-btii-óeAti,/., a swarthy company ; ds. , 1285. 

Cttón-cóip, /, a black or defiled race ; ns., 947. 

Ctión-x>nb, black and swarthy ; ds., 2596. 

Cfón-poc, m., a swarthy buck (a term for the English) ; as., 31, 

gpL, 920; dpl., ctión-ptnc, 1147; apL, 92". 
Ctior, /., a cross ; gs., 173, 411 ; ds., 2354 ; afniction, dpl., 2384. 
CtiofrA, cross, ill-tempered ; ns., 2800. 
CtitiAc,/, a rick of hay, etc, a heap ; npl., 1884. 
CtuiAécA, having corn stacks, etc. ; npl., 2630, 
CtiuAT)-cÁf , m., hardship ; ds., 2768. 
CtniAX)-cntiA"ó, m., a stern champion ; ds., 2302. 
CtitiA-ó-fni-óre, fast set ; ds., 1489. 
CttuA-ócAn, m., difficulty ; ns., 1214. 
CtiiíAix)-cteAf , m., dire deceit ; c?jp?., ctitJAi*ó-ctir-, 514. 
CtuíbAÓ, hoof-footed ; ns., 2876. 
Cfú-ó, wi., a horse-shoe ; as., 1493. 
Ctnnnn, round ; ns„ 2252; wpZ., 2346; exact, accurate, ns. f 2461, 

2932; ^.,2237; adv., -50 c, 1661, 1819,2195, 2363, cntiirm, 

1201 ; witted, sensible, ns., 2003. 
Ctmínn-bÁtic, m., a round ship ; as., 18. 
Ctitnnn-céim,/, an exact degree ; dpl., 1553. 
Ctitnnn-coíhAtit-A, m., an exact token or description ; as., 2887. 
Ctiumne,/., the world ; gs., 1525. 
CtunnneA-p, m., completeness, accuracy ; a-., 2329. 
Ctunnne-eotdr, m., topognphv ; ds., 2833, 
Ctitnnnijmi, I amass ; 3 s. pr. rel., 1651. 
CfiúncA, m., a decrepid person; ns., 1766. 
CtitítAc, shapely ; ns., 3050. 
CtuitAthAit, shapelv ; gs., ctuicArhAit, 2179 
Ctuc, /., a curl (of the hair) ; npl., 2232. 



150 ^oclóif. 

Cuacac, curled (of the hair) ; ns., 366. 

Cu-dme, m., a family, a tribe (lit., a, litter of pups) ; cfo., 2260, 2288. 

CuAijirce, a fair lady (?) (O'R. gives a ' volume ' as meaning) ; ns., 

2156. 
CtiAn, m., a harbour; gpl. t cuauca, 2561; tis., met. c. na péite. 

2068. 
CuAffOAc, wandering, searching ; ?is., 2856. 
CuAfvoui^im, I try, search ; 2pl. inper., 2740 ; vn. } 538. 
CtJAr^c, full of hollows ; ns., 2860. 
CuAf-fúiteAc, holloweved ; ??<•., 2S~jO. 
CubAft-ftiuc, of moist foam ; (75., (328. 
CubAji-Tnuifi, /., the frothv sea ; c/s., 672. 
Cúib, a cube ; «5., 1498. 

Cuibe, becoming, suitable ; ns., 281,2359, 2360, 3131 ; ch., 820. 
CuibfteAc, m., a binding ; ds., 1847, 2707. 
CuibjieAcc, /., bondage ; efo., 1311. 
Cui^eA-ó, m., a province ; c£p., cóiseA-ÓAib, 1239. 
Cúit,/., the end, corner ; w*., c. Ati ionu\i-ú, one who is hindmost Ln 

the conílict, a coward, 862, 
CuiteAnn, m., a weed with verv tough roots, called also ctnteAnn 

CApAitt ; ds., 1489. 
Cúit-ponn, /., a fair ladv ; rw., 1328 ; a«., 432 ; m., 921 ; y;>/., 667. 
Cúit-^eA|inAX), m. , slander, back-biting; «*•.. 1894. 
Cúitín, ?/í. , allittle head of hair ; ns., 3036. 
Cutmnijjim, I reílect ; 2 s. imper. t 2006. 
Cuimjnorc, //;., a rabble ; ns., 39. 
CuimeAnnAc, (?) ; ns., 2876. 
Cuin^, m., yoke, bondage; ds., 833. 
Cúmróe, (?) ; CU\niu\ Lifl Cfteimfe 'f* Ctnnróe, 2534. 
CumtonneAc, having a promincnt nose ; nt., 1S06. 
Cúmne, m., a corner ; as., 2752. 

CúmneAc, having corners ; as., 136S ; ds., (o£ a hat), 436. 
Cúmre, m«, a protection; dpl., cúmfróe, 3076; competency, di., 

3023. 
Cuip,/., foam, froth ; g$. (used in the compound, Uoni-cmpe), 121. 
CúipéA]i, m., a cooper ; ns., 1513. 
CuijteÁtuA, nice, curious ; ds., 1520. 
Ciiijiicce, having tumours, scabbv ; ns., 2856. 
Cúijtnín, m., a mass of ringlets ; ds., 3057. 
Cuijtpe, vicious, ns., 1867 ; ds., 69. 
Cui|i|ieACAc, deformed ; ns., 1866. 






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Cúific, /., a mansion ; ds., 2631 ; a couit of justice (of the bards) ; 

ds., 2648, 2609. 
Cuirte m., a vein, a pulse ; ns., 1893; gs., 2358; the wrist, the 

arm, gpl., 1836 ; dpl., cuirtionn-A, 2759. 
Cút, m., the poll of the head ; as., 2925 ; a head of hair, gs., 

1241, 2514, 2530, 3062. 
Cum, prep., to, towards ; 50 bruit reAjiAnti a rmreA]t cuca, that 

the land of their ancestors is soon to 03 theirs (is towards 

them), 3019. 
CuthAc, doleful ; adv., 50 c, 1929. 
CumAnz;, narrow ; ds., 1931. 
CumAn^-^ún^Ac, narrow-loined ; ns., 2899. 
CumAnjfiAc (1), close-pressing ; gs., 718. 
CumAnjjiAc (2), m., a press, throng ; ds., 1374, 2613. 
Cum-Ann, m., friendship ; as., 2356, 2677 ; as a term of endearment, 

vs., 1320, 1950. 
CumAnnAc, amiable, lovely ; ns. 2667. 
CumAr, m., power ; gs. (used as adj.), 296. 
CumArAc, powerful ; ns., 1796 ; ds., 2711. 

CutiroAc, m.. protection ; ds., 1903 ; as. f 51 ; covering, gs. t 722. 
Cutirouijim, I protect ; Zpl.pf., 1723. 
CúmÚA, well-shaped ; ns., 614, 2658. 2722 ; gs., 437. 
CunAitt-bocc, poor and impeded ; adv., 50 c, 3026. 
Cunncar, m., conquest ; gs., 607, 624 ; as., 686. 
CunnuAf, m., reckoning ; ds., £An c, without paying back, 1894, 

an account, ns., 1933. 
CupAjvo, m., a cup-board ; dpl., 2749. 
CúpU, m., a couple ; ns., 2367 ; dpl., 3063, 3085. 
CujiAiceAc, scabby (?); ns.. 2861. 
CújiAm, m., care ; ds., 3017. 
CujiAnuA, strong, brave, vid. cufiAtA. 
Cujiaca, strong, brave ; ns., 1982 ; as., 1364 ; cuji-AncA, ws., 1796, 

2171, 2671 ; gpl., 2689. 
Cujijiac, m., a marsh ; apl., cu\\y&^ie, 2741. 
Cújif a, m., course, career, difficulty, apl., 589 ; career, fate, ns., 

913 ; c?s., 714 ; as., 923 ; a round, apl., 3054 ; an event, adven- 

ture, gs., 639 ; a race-course, #.s., 1494. 
CújirAc, given to travelling ; vs., 2927 ; wandering, vagrant ; ns., 

680, 2873 ; journeving, marching, adv., 50 c, 90. 
Cuc, m., a sort of bill-hook ; as., 1505. 
Cucac, m. t fierceness ; gs. (as adj.), 1389. 



152 t?oclóift. 

T)Abc, m., a doubt ; ds , 1410, 1479, 1536. 

T)Á picix>, nwm. forty, 531. 

T)aix), m., a father ; ns., 2572. 

T)Áit, /., meeting ; ds., fÁm x>Áit, towards me, to meet me, 209 ; ro 

x)Áit, to meet you, 1470 : -pÁ n-A x>Áit, 2046 ; mi óÁil, 2786 ; 'ti4 

nx>Áit, 2836 ; 'ua x)Áit, 2794 ; a pledge, ds. L925. 
T)Áitim, I delay, keep ; 3s. pl., 2842 ; I di^ti ibnte ; 1 s. cond , 2845. 
T)Aitte, /., blindness ; cZs., 1876. 
T)AitteAX), m., blinding ; n$., 79. 
•OAingeAn, m., defence ; as., 1792. 
T)Aitue, bright-coloured, variegated ; ns., 8, 365, 957, 1030, 2472: 

discoloured, as., 64; compar., more bright-coloured, //s., 485j 

adv., 30 X)., 1159. 
T)AttAim, I blind ; 3 s. pf. ps., 639, 706. 
X>aIza, m., a child, a foster ohild ; ds., 1332, 2106. 
T)ATUAinc, /., damnation ; ns., 1853. 

-OAiuAnrA, damnable ; ns. 1617, 2802, 2866, 2878 ; tfr., 2909. 
T)ÁmnA, ?//., poots ; gpi., J72S. 
T)ÁinnA, m., a pocm ; «#., 2193. 
T)AnAix), /., a grievance, bottow ; rw., ní 0. tiom, I do not pity, 413, 

1315. 
T)AnAft, m., forefgner; gpl. t oAnAfta, 1010. 
TK\nA|\x)A, foreign ; tw.; 2880. 
T)aoi, ?/i., a cliurl ; gpl, s 1720. 
T)Aoi-cóbAc, ?//., a rude churl ; n*„ 2835, 285L 
T)AOit-ccAp, ?//., dark sormu ; ds, t 2234. 
T)Aoipce, ?/?., a churl ; gr«., 279 ; eb., 17 36. 
T)Aot, ?/i., beetle, a term of abnse for a man ; ns., 2863. 
T)Aot-x>ub, b!aok as a ehafer ; as., 64. 
T)Aot-xnnbe, /., jct blackness ; ds.. 186. 
T)Aot-teimeAt ro., a jet-black cloud ; 0#. s 108. 
"OAontiA, human ; ds., 28. 

T)AonnAcc, /., the human race ; ífe., 3124 ; human nature, as. 17 I 
T)AonnAcrAc, clement ; as., 1714. 

*Oaou, severe, tight ; adv., 50 x>., 2904, 2913 ; guilty, ns., 2066. 
T)AO|tAnu, I condemn ; pp., 175. 
T)AO|t-b|u\r, m., a costly cloth ; ds., 744, 2342. 
T)AO|t-buoix),/., dire bondage ; ds., 1059, 2356, a sevcrc stre>- 

difficulty, gs., 2307 ; íte., 2139, 2756. 
T)AOft-ceiru, /., a hard problem ; as., 1*2S7 : ;/;>/., 2128. 
T)AO|t-cneAX), //?., a severe pain ; as., 2327 ; ypl , 2138. 



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T)Aoji-cfiiu,/., violent trembling ; dpl., 374. 

T)AOji-pvnnr, m., eostlv punch ; as., 92. 

T)AO|i-rcAmAtt, m., an oppressing cloud ; as., 1075. 

T)AOfi-rmAcu, m., dire oppression ; ns., 1062. 

T)aojiua, condemned; gs., 175. 

T)Aor caji, m., the dregs o/ £&e people ; ns. } 162 ; cls., 63. 

*OÁrAcuAc, violent ; ns., 2645. 

T)Áu, m., date ; ns., 474 ; <£?., 1764 ; period, ns., 2080. 

T)aúac, of strong colour (of the hair) ; n s., 222. 

T)AÚAmAit, beautiful : ns., 2422, 2660. 

T)AÚ-5jtÁnnA, of ugly colour ; ns., 2801, 2853. 

T)eAbAx>, /., a contest ; ns., 959. 

T)éAx>, »»., tooth ; npl., x)éix>e, 2245. 

T)eA5-AÚAifi, a father of good family ; gs., x^eA^-'ÚAft, 2411, 2445. 

•OeAg-ctúmAit, of good repute ; ns., 2320. 

T)eA3-eot, learned ; apl. } x>eA5-eot, 1713. 

•OeAS-JníomtAc, of good deeds ; ns., 2286. 

•OeAJ-fomptac, exemplary, ns., 2016 : gpl., 2650. 

T)éA5t|ieAc, m., a person of good family (c/, x^eAg-'ÚAift, 2411), gpl., 
1824. 

X^eAttttAX), m., appearance ; ds., 3123. 

"OéAnAim, I do cause, make. In these poems the enclitic forms of 
x>o-j;ním : x>éAn, x>éAnudfi, etc, are more conveniently classed 
under the verb x>éAnAim, whose 3rd person singular xiéAnAnn is 
used frequently as an independent verb ; 3 s. pr. X)éAnAnn, non- 
encl, 1488; 3 pl. cond., 2585; 2 s. imper., 2771; 2 pl. imper., 
1475, 2486, 2737, ; 1 s. /., x>éAnr ax>, 2770 ; 1 s. /., x)ÓAn, Uo8 ; 
1 s. /., x>eA|ibAim x)0 mAtAiftu nÁ x)éAn, I swear I will not ex- 
change you or separate from you, 2442. 

T)éAfi, 1 s.f. encl. of AX)ei|iim, I say, 2511. 

"OeAttA inphr. rÁ x>eAjtA, was the cause, 1826, 2668, 2676. 

T)eA|iAim, I draw, design, 3 s. impf., 63lf 

T)eA|tb, adv., certain, 702. 

T)eA|ibAim, I asseverate, I swear ; 1 s. pr. 1616, 2441 ; 3 s. pr., 2815; 
Spl.pr., 1034; 3 s. pf., 2820; vn., 2819. 

T)eAfib-r uoc, ???.. a genuine stock or race ; ds., 715. 

T)eA|ibÚA, certain ; 3029. 

TDéAficAc (also x>éificeAé), alms-giving ; ns., 2118. 

T)éAft-ptiuc, wet with tears ; as., 148. 

T)eA|imAX), m., a doubt ; ds., 2733. 

T)eAtimAix>im, I lose; 3 ph pf.> 1760; I forget, 2 s, imper., 533, 3018. 



154 poctóijA. 

*OeAftrcnA, polished ; dp., 1845. 

*OéA|i-f iteAX), m., tear-shedding ; gs., x>éAft-fiteAX), 137. 

T)eAjic, »*., a dart ; dpl., 438, 2075. 

T)éAf, /., an ear of corn, a term for a man. 

OeAfCA, in phrase *oo x>eArcAib (with gen.), because of ; 1628, 1639, 

1976, 2426. 
*Oéi*ó .1. xhaix> ; 'ua x>éix>, after that, 1125, etc. 
T)éi"o-5eAt, having white teeth ; as., 1026. 
T)etpfi, Coeicoifi), /., dispute ; ds. , 1632. 
"Oeittim, I separate from ; 3 s. pf., 2938. 
T)etttc, m., separation ; ns., 78. 
T)eimin, m., a certaintv ; ns., 1602, 1709, 1762. 
T)éin in phrase j?Á -óéin, towards, 2033 ; pAoim x)ém, 892. 
T)éificeAc, alms-giving ; ns., 2016. 
T)eire, comp. of x>eAr, nice ; ns. } 3030. 
T)eo, inphr., 30 x>., for ever ; 1621, 1689,3137. 
T)eoix> .1. x>iaix>, 'tiA x>eoix>, 1385 ; rni x)eoix>, after me, as follows, 

893. 
Oeoji, m., a tear ; npl. ; x>éAftA, 1858 ; r/pl., x)éA|tA, 2160. 
T)eo|iAX), vi., a stranger, a traveller ; d/>l.. 1813. 
T)ia, m., a day ; ds., 1 nx>é, yesterday, 2512, 2724, 2831, 2992. 
T)1A, m., God, a god ; gpl. t x)éite, 27, L420. 
T)tAbtAix>e, devilish ; n8. t 2801. 

•Oiacjiac, painful, sorrowful ; ns., 2197 ; adv., 50 x)., 2766. 
*Oiax>a, devout ; ??s., 2016. 
*Oiat)acc, /., the Divinc nature ; &., 174; theology, 0*., 2061 : 

X)1AX)ACCA, 2134. 
*OiAx>Aifte, ?>*., a spiritual director, a theologian ; ns., 2139 ; £S., 221S. 
*OiAttAtc, m., a saddle ; cfe., 1496 ; as., 1347. 
T)iau, vehement ; 8vper. t xȎine, 3051. 
ThAn-ceAftc, really just ; ns., 2118. 
T)iAn-eAc, m., an eager charger ; ds. t 1404. 
*OiAr, a pair ; n. duaí, 2310 ; (/. di<"l '. 2 l ''»">. 
T)íbi|nm, I expel ; 2 s. /wper,, 1313 ; 3 s.f. 1192 ; w»., 1205. 
*OíbinceAé, f»., an exile ; ds., 1108. 
T)tceAtt, m., best endeavour ; as., 1846. 
*Oíteir, fond, smitten with love; ns. t 1965; sincere, genuine. 

1783. 
*Oío-cinftim, 1 put down, subdue ; vn., 299. 
•Oío^Atm (x>iÚ5Aim), I drink, drain ; '2 p/. imper., 331. 
T)io$AtcAr, m., an avenging ; as., 767. 



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•OíombÁró,/, grief, sorrow ; ns., 1721. 

*OíombÁiT>eAc, sorrowful ; ns., 1722, 2197. 

•OíomrAc, haughty (from •oíomor, pride) ; ns., 298. 

T)íon, m., shelter, def ence ; gs. (as adj.), 18, 460. 

•OíonAim, I shelter, protect ; vn., 38, 156, 1384, 1415, 2113, 2361. 

•Oíon-bjiAr, m. } a covering of defence ; ns. } 821. 

•Oíonu-A, defensive ; gs., 1312. 

T)íotmiA, m., a band of men working together, a miteAt ; opí., fAoi 

•óíotimAib, amongst bands of workmen, 1442. 
•OíorcAim, I drainout; 3pl.pr.ps., 1119; Spf.fps., 847 ; 3pl.pf., 

ps., 899. 
•OíorcAji, m., a crowd, a mob ; ns., 1720. 
*Oír, /., a pair of shears ; ndual., 1514. 
j^" -OíreAc ? ds., 1673. 

T)ít,/., want, ruin ; cfó., 211. 

Th't-cómtAc, of evil company ; ns., 2853. 

*Oíú-c|teAccA, ruinously plundered ; apl., 1113. 

•©ít-eotAó, ignorant ; ns., 2867 ; cfó., 2909, 

*Oít-eotAr, m., ignorance ; ns., 2885. 

*Oít-f tÁmce, /., ill-health ; ns. t 1921. 

T)iúic, m., a duke ; gs., 1751. 

•OiúUtac, fond of forsaking or refusing ; adv., 30 t>„ 1564. 

•OiútuA*ó, m., a refusal, rejection ; ds., 29. 

•Oiútcuijim, I renounce, send away ; 3 s. pf, 1324|; with -oo, I for- 

swear, disclaim, 1 s. pr., 582. 
•OtAOi-rotc, m.; hair in locks ; ns., 882. 
•OUoiteAc, in locks (of the hair) ; ns., 222, 2330 ; adv., 50 t>., 

731. 
•OtAtAc (-otAstAc), in locks ; ns., 2232 ; adv., 50 x>., 1162. 
•Oti^eA-ó, m., law ; apl.. 505. 

•Otísim, I impose as a command ; 3 s. pf., 903 ; I appoint by law, 
Ss.pf., 449 ; I permit, arrange, by law, 3 s. pr. pf, 497. 
lJ^/*Otúit-cíoti, /., a tightly-set comb (of the teeth) ; ds., 551. 
-^•Otút, close, tight; ns., 1900; gs., 2637; firm, adv., 50 "o., 2371; 
closely set, npl, 2245 ; closely pressed, as., 1935 ; thick-set (of 
the hair), npl., 619. 
•Otút-bjtus, m., a firmly set residence ; dpl., 925. 
•Otút-cAom, gently compact (of the eyebrow) ; ns., 559 
•Otút-x>t<onn,/., a dense mass of dew or moisture ; ds., 2521. 
•OtútmAti, strict, close ; ns., 2645. 
•Otút-ttteArcttAim, I lay completely prostrate ; vn., 1906. 



156 poctóif* 

•Otúctjigim, I press ; 3 s. pf. jos., 554, I press close to (te) ; 2 s. pr. 

imper., 3016. 
T)o, prep. (prop. T>e), with, in ; ds., t>o juú, with or in a voice, 2048. 
*OóbAc, .1. T>úbAc, sad, sorrowful ; ns., 812. 
*Oo-beif im, I give ; 1 s. /., béAf ; vn., tm T>UAbAifiu f íor, over- 

coming them, 12/3 ; a$ u. f íof Afi, surpassing. 
T)oóAmAtAc, difficult ; as., 1287. 
*Oo-bfifue, severelv smashing ; adv., 50 t>., 91. 
T)o-ctuinim, I hear ; 1 s. pf., T>o-cuAtA, 2101 ; 2 s.pf., 2589 ; ctof, 

was heard, 2030, 2159; vn., ctorum, 2163 ; ctumim, 2099; 1 />/. 

/. opt., 50 3ctoiffeAm, 1262. 
*Oóib-bfifeAT>, m., act of completely smashing ; ds.j 1799. 
T)oitb, gloomy, sorrowful ; ns., 2094, 2103 ; adv., 30 T>., 2162. 
T)oimneAf , m., depth, degradation ; 1631, 1636. 
*Ooifi e, m., an oak plantation ; ds., 797. 
*Oón .1. *oún, m., a fortress ; djJ., -oónuAib, 1547. 
T)onA, unfortunate ; adv., 50 T>onA, 2920. 
T)ofcA(-ó), dark ; ns., 2801. 
*Oo|in-cút, ?,i., a haft ; gs., 1349. 
*OonuAT>, m., a shedding of teara; ??-<*., 1783. 
*OofiuAim, I pour out, spill ; m. t 1020. 
*OfiÁ, m. (draw), oppression ; ds., 303. 
*OfiA5An, m., a warrior ; npl., 46, 1268, 2285 : gpl. t 1752. 
*0|1A3Aiiua, warlike ; adi\, 50 t>., 1283. 
*0|iAm, m., a dram, a <lrink ; a},!., 1478, 1 »>24. 
*Of AnAife, m.| a rhymer, or huinmer of songs ; vs.. 2S8n. 
*0|tAOi, m., a druid, a seer ; gpl., 2778. 
*OfAOiT>eAcu, /., magic, Druidical enchantment; r,s. t iT^; ( idj. 

865, 2602; ds., 1098; Druidical learning, gs.. 1991 ; cajolery, 

n*., T>f Aoix>eAcuA, 2002. 
*OfA0iT>eAcuAc, magical ; rw., 2801, 2866. 
T)jieAc, m», countenance, appearance, form ; n*., 549. 
•OféAcu, /., a poem, poetry ; gs., 167, 691, 7-7, 2133 -2210 ; cw., 93, 

711 ; gpl., 77 ; apl., 2325. 
*0|ieAm, ???., a tribe, a people ; gs., T>tieAin. 1553. 
*Of éimfeAc (T>ftéimfie, a ladder), in long wisps (of the hair) ; ns., 5, 

365, 1030, 2232, 2330 ; adv., 50 t>., 1164. 
T)|iioc (T>peAc), m., countenance ; ns., 1923. 
*0|1Í0T>A|1, ???., dregs ; ns., 3S ; ds., 271. 

*Of oc-connuAiióp, m., an evil countenance ; gs. (as adjj, 2802, 
T)|ioc-éAT>AC, m., bad clothes ; gs. (as adj.), 1605. 



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T)jioice<vo, m., a bridge ; ds., 1533. 

•Ojtom, m., the back or top ; ds., 2564, 2580; *oÁ T>tiuim, whereupon, 
for which cause. 401, 1618, 2935, 2940, 2965. 

'°l tor) 5'/-j a race of people ; ns., 349; npl., T)fton5«<\, 1840. 

T>tuiA-ó, m., a clruid ; gpl., 1728. 

•OfiúifeAc, lustful, adulterous ; ns., 2880. 

T)UAinfieAcu, /., act of reciting or composing verses ; ds., 2620. 

T)uAiftc, sorrowful, morose ; ns., 2103 : adv., 50 -o., 358. 

TíuAiftceAr-, m., surliness ; ds., 2308. 

T>uAtAé, in locks (of the hair) ; ns., 365 ; adv., 50 t>., 2566. 

-DuAt^Af, m., reward; ds., 2582, 2598, 2622. 

T)úbAitim, I double ; 3 s. pf, 635. 

T)úbAtcA, double ; adv., 50 *o., 1898. 

T)úbÁn, m., a (fishing) hook ; as., 1496. 

T)ub-bjtAu, m., a dark covering ; ds., 2205 ; as., 1373. 

T)ub-cfiit,/., severe tremour ; d#>£., 1767. 

T)ub-óftoi-óeAc, sad at heart ; adv., 50 t>., 570, 574, 584, 2513. 

T>ub--ÓAc, m., a black colour ; gs., *oub-T>At (as adj.), 2612. 

T)ub-tionfCd, m., a black ugly old man ; ds., 2895. 

"Oúbtui^im, I double, repeat ; 3 s. impf, 3054. 

T)ub-r-mAcc, m., sad bondage ; ds., 915. 

T)útt, /., distribution ; ds., 3038. 

•OúitijeAcc,/., partition, position ; ds., 3046, 3070. 

•Ouitte, m., a leaf ; cfo., 2247, 2665 ; as., 2143. 

T)úit-otc, m., evil desire ; gs. (as acfy\), 2880. 

TnnneárA, manly ; ns., 2118. 

Thiifte, /., gloom, sorrow ; as., 2208 ; harshness, ds., 711. 

TítítAiJie, earnest (part of -oútAi^im, I desire) ; adv., 50 t>., 1910. 

T)ún, m., a residence ; dpl., 1814. 

T)ún-bAite, m., a fortified residence ; ds., 919. 

T)ú|t, dull; ?is., 2878. 

*Oú\íac-cac, zealous ; adv., 50 t>., 1902. 

T)ú|t-c|teimeA"ó, m., act of sullenly gnawing ; ds., 914, 

THífi-cfioróeAc, sad-hearted ; adv., 50 t>., 2702. 

T>útAij, /., a country; gs., 1570, 3086; ds., 1895, 1918, 1937; npl, 

1146. 
Outc-Af, m. } native land; ds., 603, 2824, birthright, gs. (as adj.), 

682, 716, 919, 925, 2610. 
"Ouccb, Dutch ; ds., 1485. 

eAcftA, m., a stud of horses ; ns., 1885. 



158 Foclóifi. 

édcc, m., a sorrowful event, a catastrophe ; ns., 1978, 2163 ; ds., 2159 ; 

as., 2486. 
eAócfiA, m., astorv, a history ; ds., 1457. 
éA*oÁit,/, means, riches ; ds., 1735. 
éA-ocfiom, light; cfo., eAT>utttnme, 133 ; agile, ?ís., 1512. 
éA'orftomAcc./., lightness, emptiness ; ds., 183, 1830. 
éA-otnjim, I dress in armour ; pp., 146. 
eA^At, m., fear, terror ; ns., 771, 1836. 
é^Ati, 7)i., a sordid person, a wretch ; ns., 1831 ; ds., 1599. 
eAjAji, m., order ; ds., 128, 2211 ; as., 2132. 
é-A$có|t^c, unjust ; ns., 2865. 

éAS-cfuú,/., the trembling of death ; dpl., éA5-cmtib, 131. 
eA^tAc, afraid ; ns., 2384 ; e. ftoimpe, afraid of her, 3120. 
eA^tAif, /., the clergy ; ns., 1714 ; ds., 1738. 
eAjtiAc, prudent, wise ; ns., 710 ; ds. (as nonn), 1730. 
éA^tiAc, doleful, grieving ; ns., 2084 ; gpl. (as noun), 2186 ; ewív., 50 

hé., 1074. 
eA5tiAT>, w., philosophy ; as., 2133. 
eatA,/., a swan ; gs., 237 ; cfo., 2244. 
eAtA-be-Ati,/., a swan-like woman ; 7is., 3061. 
eAtrA, m., a flock ; ds., 2248. 
éAttnjmi, I escape quietly or unnoticed ; 3#. pf, 2S43 ; 1 s. cond. 

2793 ; I go away 1 s. pf., 154. 
eAfbAt-ó,/, metrical defect ; ds., 971. 

eAfbui-óteAc, needy ; ns., 37 ; distressful, adv., 50 he., 343. 
éArcAfó, swift, quick ; adv., 50 he., 2073 ; ns., 2032 ; ndi\, 50 lie., 

2073. 
eArcAine, /, curse; ns., 1902; excomnnmication, ?ís., e. cteiji ir 

cttnj;, 1733 ; e. ceAtt ir ctoij, 1939. 
eApc ÁifvoeAr, m., an unfriendly separation ; ns., 2439. 
eArcAfi, 711., descent ; ?ís.,2411. 
eAfC|tAim, I spring (from) ; 3 s. pf, 28 ; vn., 2445. 
eAftuAit. /., reproach ; ns., 1898. 
eApnA, m., a rib, a scion ; ns., 2140. 
eAf pAi|tc, /., Benediction ; gs., 1569. 
éictipr\m., eclipse ; as., x>o cui|i éiclipr, who eclipsed or surpas*ed, 

135. 
éi-oe, m., clothes ; ds., yÁ éi-oeA-ó Ó-píopu, in sacerdotal vestments, 

1721 ; armour, as., 1354. 
éifeAér, m., force, point, substance ; ns., 2211 ; gs. (as adj), 2129, 
2190,2322 (wisdom), 2654; ds., 2192, 2201, 2342, 2350,3056; 
as., 2132. 



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éifeAcuAc,,to the point, eff'ective ; ns., 1820 

é^e&m,/, a shout ; gs., 2085. 

éi^im, I call upon, appeal to ; Is. pr., 2508, 2902. 

éi5f, .i. éi^eAf, m., a poet ; ns., 2228 ; also éi^f', ds. of éi^re, the 

body of poets, 2351. 
étt, ale ; as., 92. 

éiteArh (1), m., act of demanding ; ds. f 1603 ; act of visiting, 146. 
éiteAth (2), m., demand, debt ; gs. f te<\b4f «an éittth, the debtors' 

book, 1596. 
éimim, I refuse ; 3 s. pf, 1948. 
éifiim,/, ability, skill ; ns., 1478 ; ds., 1532. 
éifteAc, m., destruction ; gs. f 1863, 2168; as., 1284. 
étr (^ir), back, in phrase -oÁ n-éif, after them, 1717, 1718. 
éifceAcc, m. f act of listening ; d$,, 1024. 
éifnm, I listen ; 2pl. imper., 1316, 2653 ; 1 s.pf., 644 ; 3 s. pf, 2385 ; 

1 keep silent. 2 s. imper., 1334 ; 2 s. pf, 1822 ; vw., 699 ; I hear, 
vn., 2200. 

eocAifi,/.. a key ; ns. f 2128 ; vs., 1707. 
eofiriA, /., barley ; gs., 1812. 

^Á,prep. f under ; of time, before; fÁ'n bfó^mAf, before autumn, 994. 

pÁbAji, m., favour ; rfs., 1111, 1223, 1227. 

fAcuAim, I ask ; 1 s. pr., 747. 

Fa"oa-ciu5, long and profuse (of the hair) ; ns., 5. 

£xVÓAific, /., tempering, fire for tempering steel, etc. ; ns., 1477. 

"P-AJÁtcAf , m. f gain, profit, means ; gs., 1740. 

pÁ^bAim, I leave ; 3 s. impf., púi^eA-ó, 3053 ; 3 s. /., f"i5fi"ó, 1220 ; 

2 s.pf. X)'fúi5if, 1936 ; 3 5. pf. f T)'fúi5, 64, 131, 148, 400, 655, 
702, 776, 901, 963, 1023, 1101, 1113, 1177, 1329, 1462, 2358, 2880, 
3062; 3 pl. pf. f -o'fúis, 833, 1458; 3 s.f.ps., fúi^feAf, 3076; 3 
s. pf. ps., f úi5e<vó, 2943. The regular forms are not given. 

£4541 m, 1 s. imper. of -po-^eibim, I find, 823. 

^Aice, /., a tatter, a rag ; ds. f 531. 

pÁi-ó, m., a seer, a poet ; ns., 1853, 1890, 1914, 2151 ; npl., 447, 1115, 

2672; dpl., 995, 1776; as adj„ philosophical, wise, gs., 1448; 

gpl. f 1461. 
pAitttJe, /., delay ; ds. f 2559. 
pÁttue, m., welcome ; as., 2288 ; "£. An -Am^it, the Angelical Saluta- 

tion, as., 2222. 
pÁitceAc, hospitable; ns., 2119 ; gpl., 938; adv., 50 f., 1816« 
pÁttci5im, I welcome ; vn., 329. 



160 poctói|\. 

£ÁmneAc, beautiful ; ns., 2658; riugletted (of the hair) ; 7is., 224, 

954, 2401 ; adv., 50 f., 1163. 
£Aif e, interj., what a pity ! 2887 ; shame ! 1793. 
pMftíoji, interj., alas ! 2452. 
£Aifif, together with that ; 1911. 
p^ijif 1115, generous ; gpl., 938. 

■pAijifin^e,/., copiousness ; ns., 1816, 1884 ; as., 2265. 
|?Aif ion, /., fashion, variety ; as., 1517. 
pAifnéif, /., evidence; ns., 2780. 

■pAifnéifix)e, m., a witness ; ns., 2815, 2828 ; ds., 27S3. 
P'ÁtAC, protecting, defensíve ; ns., 2119 ; ac/y., 50 p., 1792. 
pAtAi^ueAc, ws., neglectful, 2802. 
p*AtAinn, /.. a mantle ; ns., 3122. 
t?Altf a, false ; ns., 2802 ; adv., 50 p., 353, 
f?AttfAcc,/., falsehood; ?is., 1234. 

•pÁn, m., waywardness, wandering ; ns., 2318 : gs. t (as ad;.), 2841. 
•pÁnAc (1), wandering ; &*., 1659. 
■pÁnAc (2), wi., a wanderer ; ns., 309, 1107 ; tts., 211. 
-pÁnAi-óe, iii., a wanderer ; rf*., 1053. 
■pÁnA-ó, ?«., a declivity ; ds., le p., downwards, 1916« 
"PAnAUicf, fanatics ; gpL, 38 ; dpL, 944. 

f?AobAf-cutAiteAc, steel-suited ; 50 f\\obAfw'tiU\ire.\ ' . 1 16 
•pAot-cú,/., a wolf ; rjs., 2738. 
•pAonAim, I mollify, Boothe ; 2 g. imper»$ 3145. 
■pAon-jníomAc, languid in action ; 2802. 
■pAon-tAj, banging down in an unresisting mass (of thehair); nj., 

2330. 
■pAon-tui^e, m., act of lying dowD weary ; ds., 798. 
pAon-miftieAc, m., little courage ; gs. (ae adj. . 50 p., 103. 
•pAon-uAif, delicately tender (of the hair) ; ns., 8, 2172. 
"PAjUMfe, m., a brave strong man, asoldier; ns., 1 1 8 ; as., 177!-; 

^., 373. 
■pÁfX)At, m., an account (O'R. gives hindrance, delav), as., 2726. 
pAf \\ <v, with them, 319. 
pAf fAX), ?»., a company ; ds., 2982 ; itn faii)u\-ó, in my bebalf. instcad 

of me, 713 ; 1 op. a céite, all together, 2176. 
■pAfc, m. f shelter, protection ; as., 666. 
pAfCAT», m., an embraco ; as., 262. 
pAfcnAx>, m., winnowing ; gs., 1719. 
pAfuúim, /., pleasure, sport ; ds., 2549. 
|Á{Hii5im, I turn into a desert ; 3 s. pf. ps., 1019. 






poctói|\. 161 



pÁc, m., a cause ; as., p. piop mo fcéil, a reasoiied statemeut of my 

case, 268. 
pÁÚAc, philosophic ; ns., 2017. 

t?AÚ-uuijife, /., distress, sorrow ; ns., 333 ; <&?., 3C62, 3084. 
pé (also fÁ, f aoi), prep., under ; p é mAji, just as, as ; 87, 1971, 2497, 

2661, 2672, 2730, 2735, 2757 ; how, 1466. 
peAbAf, m., goodness ; ds., 2392 ; t>á p., however good, 2153. 
péác, behold ! imper. of peACAim, I see, 52. 
-peACAim, I bend back ; vn., 955, 1032. 
péACAmc (1),/., act of examining ; ns., 1290. 
■péACAmu (2),/., consideration, pity ; ds., 1272. 
£eAcu, m., a time ; adv., 889 ; for a time, 2818 ; then, at once, 3048 ; 

indeed (or at the time ), 2102. 
peA-ó, is found (?), 1720. 
"péA-ómAtiAc, m., an overseer ; gs., 2647. 
■peAttAifte, m., a conspirator ; ns., 2855. 
"peAtt-beAftu, /., murder, rapine ; <js., fitt-beijic, (as adj.), 2865; 

treacherj, ds., 351. 
■péAji, m. f grass, the grass of the lea, the ground ; gs., 1084; ds., 

436, 501, 620, 636, 732, 807, 1161, 2400, 3039, 3119; hay, as., 

334, 2593. 
peA^i(A)-cú, /., a warrior (man-hound) ; gpl., 938, 1546, 1828 ; dpl., 

1851, 1870, 3050. 
peAjiAmAit, manly; ns., 708, 1618. 
peAjtAunAc, rich in lands ; as., 2300. 
peAfAnn-btÁú, of blooming fields ; ds., 2785. 
peAftAnn-^tAp, having verdant fields ; gs., 2284. 
peAftAnnuAf, m., land, country ; ds., 769, 792, 941. 
péAjt-teA^Aim, I mow hay ; vn., 430. 
péAfimAfi, with grassy borders (of a river) ; ns., 2098. 
■peÁjt-ji, better, best (irreg. comp. and super. of mAiú, etc), 1585, 

1593, 1601, 1609, 1617, 1625, 1917, 2922, 2963. 
peAftftA, better, best (irreg. comp. and super. of mAtú, etc), 1136 

1995, 2444, 2504. 
"peAftfA-o, m., a spindle ; as., 1500. 

peAfAc, known, knowing ; adv., 50 f. *oo, as is well known to, 2810. 
*"PeAfAim, I know; 3 s. pr. ps. (v\ith te\ -peAfAÓ Imn, I knew, 455 : 

3 s. pf. ps., f eAf at) x>Am, it is revealed to me, 2024. 
■peAfT)A, adv., forthwith, 2907. 

péAfUAc, holding feasts ; ns., 708, 2119, 2183, 3090. 
pei-óm-cAÚ, ?n., a stout battle ; ds., 2063. 



162 poctóifi. 

peix>m-tA5, prostrate, of little strength ; gpl., 2187. 

pei-óm-tÁi"oifi, strong and substantial ns. f 2640. 

péi;§, sharp (of the eye) ; ns., 12. 

"péi^e, m., defect, a weakness ; ds. f 1797. 

péiseAthAit, weak ; adv., 50 f ., 3032. 

péite, /., a festival ; cZs., 178, 420 

péit(t)-T)ti5eAT), m., an ordinance about holidays ; a S ., 858. 

■peimcr-, m., a phcenix, a paragon ; n&, 707, 2130. 

pémió, .1., pém, self (emphatic) ; w*., 1051, 2548 ; ds., 1435, 1999. 

péif . /., a feast ; cZs., 67. 

"péireAó, fond of assembb'es, feasts ; ns. t 708. 

peir-uip, /., a banquet ; as. , 1703. 

"peiúeAm, w., act of waiting ; ds., 1250. 

■péitteAc, m., a vein, an artery ; apl., 1823. 

péiú-finjit, greatly distressed ; adc, 50 p., 103. 

peocA-ó, m., act of withering, decaying : ds. t 2199. 

peo*ó, m., act of decaying ; ih., 592, 1005, 1 4*2.3, 2188. 

peofiAmn, /., a green sward ; ds., 896. 

Piat>ac. m., hunting, hunt ; gs., 1494 ; ds., 2943. 

pAj? |tAi^im, I ask ; 1 s. pf, 2548. 

piAnn, the Fenians ; as. f pémn, 3053 ; gpl. t pémn, 20, 2529. 

pce, /., twenty ; gs., j?icit>, 2281. 

pí^ce {pp. of pjnn, T weave), intertwined (of the liair ; ns., 807, 

2330, 2517 ; dpl,, 3038 ; bound up with, ns. % 157. 
pte, m., a poet ; ns., 1914; >*///., pti*óe, 247<>. 
pitteA*ó, m, f actof causing to returu ; ds., 2324. 
pmn(e) beAn, /., a fair lady ; )i$., 511, 757, 1006, 2916, 3054; as., 

1322. 
píoc, m., rage ; ds., 2109. 
plocmAfi, fierce ; ns., 2640. 
•píox), m., a wood : ds., 2142. 

pío^Aiji, /., a figure, shape ; ns., 804 ; ds., 878 ; as. t 2362. 
pionn(A)-c-|unu, /., a fair harp ; ns., 15. 
pionn(A)-cjuit, m., fair form ; as., 2231. 
ponnAim, I ask ; 1 s. pr., 503 ; I know, 3 s. pf. ps., 810. 
p^ioim(A)-tjuiipeAc, having fair troops ; adv., 50 p., 835. 
pionn-b|uícrAc, belching ; as., 2901. 
pionn-tAOi*ó, /., afair lav ; gs., j?ionn-tAoix>, 598. 
pionn-ftíj, m., a fair king ; ns., 573. 
"pionn--ftío5Am, /., a fair queen ; as., 541. 
pionnrAc, fair ( = -f?ionn) ; ns., 707 ; gs, {oí Eibhear), 683. 



Foctóip. 163 

ponnuAji, m., struggle, nsk (used often somewhat like venture); ds., 
608, 1767 ; the following passages from a poem by SeAmtir tTlAc 
^eA-jiAitu, asking proteetion from the Enight of Glin, will 
illustrate the meaning of this word : — 

" C<\bAifi cúnnuAr nó cúmre "OAtn rém 
T)o fpiúnrAr ha néAtuA ro im ceAnn, 
Aw bruit cunroAc ro -óún x)Am nó -jiéim, 

nó An brionnu<\f ^au bAoJAt "OAm -out Ann 
" mÁ fmbtAif-re cút^eA-ó if ^ac céim 

1 brionnuA|t ní bAogAt -ouiu "oo nAtúAiT) 
-Ann rú-o aua fonn-guú nAn-éAn, 

Sonn-f fnouAt *Oé inr jac atu, 
^au rionnuAji mit "OfúcuA if céif, 

'S Ú|t-Ú0|1ÚA 'UA ftAO-OAlb Aft 01^™," 

píonuAé, fond of carouse ; ns., 2183, 2261. 
píonuAf, m. (fiúnuAf), worthiness. 
píof at>, m., a verge or ridge ; dpl., 2745. 
píof-AfAcuAc, truly powerful ; ns., 2641. 
"fíof -bocu, very poor, very miserly ; adv., 50 r., 1652. 
poji-cóbAc, m., a real clown ; ns., 2883. 
píof-eAc, m. 9 a sterling steed ; ds., 933. 

p'ofi-eotAc, of true knowledge ; ns., 2017 ; gpl. (as nouri), 284&. 
píoji-f uit, /., true race or blood ; ds., 1746. 
■píoft-f uifeAnnuA, with a genuine retinue ; gs., 2647. 
p'o|i-5|iA-oAm, m., true esteem ; ds., 1112. 
píof-tAnn, m., a true sword ; dpl., 1105. 

■píoji-tómA, m., a real clown, a boor ; gs., 2891 ; ds., 2843, 2859. 
píoji-mitir, very sweet ; ns., 885. 
p'of -fCAipim, I truly scatter ; vn., 1117, 
píof-f uoc, m., the genuine stock ; ds., 1739. 
p'ojt -ruoiftm, /., a real storm ; ns., 1123 
píof-uuijif eAc, quite weary ; adv., 50 r., 869. 
por, m., knowledge, prophetic insight ; gs., 691 ; as,. 1055. 
|?iof ac, knowing ; ns. 2017. 
piOffui5im, I enquire ; 1 s. pf., 439, 1051, 2160. 
píjimne, /., truth ; ds., 1118 ; as., 1873. 
pífeoifi, m., a dyer ; gs., 2855. 
púnuAc, worthy adv., 50 £., 1815. 

|?tAiú, m., a chieftain ; ds., rtAÚA 1638 ; gpl., ptAÚA, 528, 605, 1547, 
2182, 



164 poctóif. 

"ptAiúeAtriAit, princely ; ns., 2119, 3090. 

ptAtúeAf, m., the Kingdom of Heaven ; ds. t 2078, 2223; npl., 1637. 

ptexvÓAi-oeAÓ, festive ; adv., 50 p., 1816. 

pteA"ÓAc, festive ; ws., 1547. 

pteAT>AmAit, festive; ac£y., 50 p., 3083. 

pteAfCAé, a peasant; #p£. (or ds. of ad/.), 1739. 

ptíf, m., a fleece, the Golden Fleece ; ns., 2963 ; gs., 448, 3119 ; as., 
1969. 

ptíc, m., a fleet de. y 931, 2269. 

ptmc, wet, wet with tears ; ns., 1071, 2560 ; ds. 3021 adc, 50 p., 
tearfully, 1909. 

■ptóp, m., a flower ; ns., p. teomAm, " a flower of a hero," 1008 
ds., 2147. 

piúiupe,/., liberality, abundance as., 2265 

■ptúijtpeAc, generous ; na., 708; 1»., 2928. 

■pocAt, m., corrupt matter vomited by a patient, corruption ; ns., 

1927. 
■pocAtAc, full of corrupt matter or phlegm ; o& 2901. 
■poctriAc, having a disease like the glanders (pocAi-óe. the glandera 

in a horse) ; ns., 2894. 
£ocuAim, I ask; 1 5. pr., 2056, 3048. 
•poJAtAióe, m., a robber ; //<.. '2i).~>6 
•po^AtrAc, rapacious ; ns. t 1790. 
"Po^Unm,/., hnowledge; ds., 1487. 
•pójrhAji, m., the autumn ; ds., 994. 
potjnAtn, m., goodness, eíhciency ; gs., 2841. 
pógfAim, I proclaim, warn ; 1 s. pr., 2907 ; 3 8. #/ , 2817. 
poittfiu^A-ó, m., act of explaining, deelaring ; <js., 138. 
p5ip,/., help, relief ; ds., 2038. 
•poif bte, old, feeble ; adi\, 30 f ., 2196. 
póijt-neAjtc, w., sfcrength, violence ; c/.s., 1548 
■poif uit, strong ; ns., 2641. 
fotAc, m., a covering ; ds., 1941 
fotAm, empty ; ns., 1397, 2210, 2990. 
potcAim, I bathe, dip ; 3 s. pf., 1708. 

potin (1), desire, longing ; ns., -Ati ré nÁjt b'ponn tiom, he whom I did 
not like, 671, 2929; gs., 169; pAoji-cuipte puinn, a free tear- 
stream of longing, 164 ; ds., 2529, 2636 ; eagerness, zeal, ds. f 2886. 
ponn (2), m., a tune ; gs. (as adj.), 2239. 
ponfA, m., hoop ; ns., 153 3. 
póffA, ?«., a force ; as., 1280 ; »jd/., 1237, 1241. 



poctóin. 165 

■pójifAc, forceful, strong ; as. 9 2728 ; adv., 30 p., 71. 

pófirAmAit, forceful ; ns., 2647 ; adv., 50 p ., 1218. 

pofitrpcA, grave, sensible ; ns., 2130. 

Pjiaoc, m., storm, fury ; ds., 628, 669. 

Pjiaoc'oa, raging, furious ; ;w., 523, 2033. 

J?ftAoc-tinn, m., a stormv sea ; gs. 9 121 (where a hvphen should be 

used). 
£ftAOcmAfi, angry ; as., 2729 ; adv. 9 30 r. ., 3074. 
-pfiAp, m., a shower ; gpl., 1085. 
PfiApAc, copious ; adv., 30 p., 1151. 
|?|iAr-AejiAc, light as a shower ; ns. 9 182. 
■pfiAf-tútriiAji, very nimble ; gs., p|iár-tútíriA|i, 1291. 
PfieASfiA, m. 9 a reply ; as. 9 26, 2555. 

PfieASftAc, ready at response ; ns , 1748 ; responsible, ns., 1840. 
FfteASftAim, I reply ; 3 s. pf., 2050, 2162 
"PfteAr caLac, provident, generous ; ns., 2261 ; as. t 1715 ; adv., 50J?., 

readily, f reely, 56. 
PfieAf uAtAim, I attend on ; vn., 1738. . 
PftínreAc (of the hair) ; adv. 9 50 -p., 1162. 

PfuorAt, m. 9 a word or speech ; ns., 1182 ; ds. 9 1892 ; dpl., 1607. 
P|uorAtAc, readv in speech ; ns., 1748. 
p«Aice, a clown ; ws., 2855. 

puAimenu, m., vigour, substanee ; ds., 1759. 2228. 
puAji, cold, heartless ; ds., 2627 ; dpl., ptiAfi, 2619. 
pnAfCAitc,/., release ; as., 526, 2288. 
puróeAc, free, copious ; adv., 50 -p., 107, 278, 2921. 
pvn^eAt, m., aremainder, an overplus; ds., 1445 ; an excess in metre, 

ds., 250. 
pmjteAÓ, m., a remnant ; ds., 283. 

ptnnneAmAit, active, vigorous ; ns., 479, 512, 1797, 2640; as., 2728. 
pumne-néAtt, m., a strong cloud or shadow ; gs., 2822. 
pumce, kneaded, worked up (pp. of -ptunnnri, I knead) ; ns., 1864. 
puifteAó, m., delay ; ds. 9 1192. 
puifim,/., form, fashion; ds , 292, 1872, 1953; 1 bj?uifum, in style, 

811. 
puiftmeAc, formal, in style ; as., 2729. 
putÁifi, ní f?., -oAm., I must needs, 2399. 
púnr a, m., a band, a circlet (of the hair) (vid. ponfra). 

5a, m. 9 a spear ; as., 1363, 1383, 1393. 

£ada, m., a smith ; ns., 1534 ; .75., ^aoa, 1481 ; vpl, 1475. 



166 poclóip. 

Sáda-ó, m., want ; ds., 1904. 

5a*óaji, m., a dog; as., 1398. 

Sa-oajiac, m., a tough withe ; gs., 2767, 2906. 

JjAe-óeAtAc, Irish ; ds., 1485. 

5Ae*óeAt-pvnt,/., Irish blood ; ds., 348 

gAe-óeAt^, /., the Irish Language ; gs. (as adj.), 3133 ; ds., 457, 2373 ; 

«5., ^Ae-óitje, 2134. 
gAe-óeAt-fiís, m., an Irish king ; gpl., ^Ae-óeAl-^íJte, 129. 
gAe-óeAt-rfieAb,/., an Irish tribe ; as., 2154 
5Aex)it5--|p|iioT:At, m., a word or phrase in Irish ; npl, 167. 
gÁibueAc, troublesome ; gpl., 2108. 

gAi^e, m., a light-headed person, a coxcomb ; ns., 664, 1827, 2882. 
gAi^eAmAit, vain, frivolous ; ns., 2803. 
^AitueAnn (^eAt-fionn, sic, a MS. of 1708), /., a fair lady ; 7is., 253, 

445, 657, 690, 1095. 
SÁiji,/., a cry ; ds., 1907. 

^ÁifieAc, laughing, pleasant ; adv., 50 5., 976. 
5Áitit)eAc, joyous ; »*., 2314. 
5ÁijroeACAr, m., pastimc ; ns., 324. 
SÁifroeAr, m., joy, pastime ; ds., 1765. 
5Áifiim, I cry aloud ; 3 8. pf., 831, 21G5. 
5Aijimim, I call ; vn., 1596. 
5Áijtneoifi, m., a gardencr ; gs., 1491 
gAirce, m., a hero, a champion ; ns., 1809. 

5-AirceA-ó, m 't valour; gs., Á]\]\\ gAifCit), a valorons veteran, 989. 
5AirceAiriAit, champion-like ; efo., 2319. 
5Aicte(?), as., cói|i teoúiAin ir ^Aiule lc 5I00, 986. 
5Att(A)-poc, m., a foreign buck, a term for the English ; npl., 1018; 

dp*., 5AttA-pmc, 412, 999. 
5Att(A)-ponncAc, of forcign manners ; gpL, 694. 
5Att(A)-fméi|ite, forcign boor ; «5., 442. 
5Att(A)-t|uip, m., a forejgn armv ; dpl., ^<\llA-i]\ú\p, 3066- 
^AtVoA, English, foreign ; ds., 1485. 
^Att-rmAcu, m., foreign oppression ; ds., 344. 
^AnroAc ? adv., 30 5., 1560. 

gAn-fior, m., secrecy ; only in ds.. 1 3. in secret, 1582, 2453. 
gAn^Ai-o, /., deceit ; »13., 1040 ; gs. (aa adj.), 1016 ; ds., 351. 
gAnn, scarce, needful ; adv., 50 3., 2782. 
5AoifmeA|i, shilful, talented ; apl., 1101. 
5Aot-f?me, /., relatives ; gs., 139. 
gAot-rtiocu, m., immediate posteritv ; apl., jAotuA-fteAcrA, 74S. 



poclóifi. 167 

gAOfi, m., nearness, proximity ; ds. 9 im ^Aofi, close to me, 726, 813, 

874 ; ro JAOfi, close to you, 566 ; 'tiA n^Ao^, near to them, 1636. 
gAOftÚA, m., a wooded glen ; ds., 540, 2307 (a place name) ; gpl., 

2597 (probably a place name) ; dpl. 9 3027. 
5aoú, /., wind, spirit ; as., 2360. 
^Ajib-ujtúp, m. 9 a strong army or company of men ; gpl., 1799 ; apl., 

3052. 
5Á|foA, m., a guard or garrison ; ns., 

5Á|fOAc (^ÁitfoeAc ?), joyful (?) ; adt., 50 5., 1012 ; ns., 984. 
^ÁfroAr (= 5Ái|foeAf ?), m., pleasure, joy ; ds., 853. 
SÁfttAc, m., a baby ; as. 9 1932. 
5^5,/., a limb ; ns., 2254 ; <fo., 668 ; as., 2067 ; npl., 1931, 2718 ; 

#pj., 2456 ; the hand ; ds., 668 ; as., 2450 ; gpl., 2460. 
5JeAt(A)-cneAr, m., white skin ; gs. (used as adj.), 984. 
5eAt(A)-cfiirc, m., fair form ; ns., 965. 

^eAt-bé, /., a fair woman ; ns., 530 ; #£>£., seAt-beice, 1587, ' 
5eAt-ctúro, /., fair foster-nurse (?), 1199. 
geAl-píop /., white throat ; ds., 2557. 
5eAt-ptúfi, m., a fair flower, 2321. 
^eAt-r céirii, /., fair beauty ; vs., 667. 
£eAtc, m., a madman ; dpL, 'o'imcij; te seAtcAib, who went mad, 

511 ; 1 n^eAtuAib, madly, 527* 
5eAt-cjioi5, /., a w'iite foot ; gs., 2543. 
geAn, m., love, affection ; ds., 1765 ; as., 2714 ; vs. (as a term of en- 

dearment), 443. 
geAn^riiAit, amiable ; as., 1026. 
geAnmnAc, modest ; ns., 725, 2175. 
Sé-Afi, well-defined, shapely ; ns. 9 2252; n#Z., 2344; supcr.n*., 1038 ; 

acute, vs., 1286. 
jgeAfiÁn, m., a complaint ; ws., 2101. 
géAft-bfioix), /., keen trouble or oppression ; dpl., 355- 
5éAft-cftuinne, well-cut, roundness (of the brea-ts) ; npl., 125. 
5eAft-£ftiocAt, m., an acute saying ; ns., 117 ; g*. (as aclj.), 1730. 
géA|i-5oinim, I wound sharply ; 2 .9 ^?/., 166. 
SéAjt-^ot, m., bitter weeping ; ws., 2101 gs., 2019, 2:08. 
5eAft-iomAró,/., a sharp contention ; <i?., 114. 
SeAftftAim, I cut ; 1 s. cond., 1822 ; I scold, abuse, vn. 9 2065. 
5éA|t-f eAftc, /., fond love ; ns., 2287. 
5éAft-ftA*o, m., severe plunder ; as., 2347. 
5éA-ft-rmÁcc, m., severe oppression ; ds., 1289. 
^éAft-fnAróm,/.. a sharp binding or slav3ry ; cls., 802. 



168 poclóif\. 

géitt .1. ^eitteA'ó, ra., act of yielding, obe^in? submission ; gs.. 449 ; 

ds., 570, 1186, 1568, 3077 ; as., 2382[ 
5éittim, I snbmit, I allow ; 1 s. pr., 1616 ; 3 pl. pf., 123. 
5éimim, I cry out, groan ; 3 s. cond., 2096. 
géimmm, I bellow ; vn., 2573. 
geimm, I give life to, create ; 3 yl.pj m ps. t 2213. 
gém, m., game ; ds., 204. 
geocAc, m., a stroller ; ns., 2803. 
51 pu, m., a gift ; cfo., 3007. 
5ite (1),/., brightness ; 7is., 34, 2240 ; *»., 113. 
51 te (2) com^. of seAt, white ; m., 2341, 2520 
gite-bite, m., a fair scion or champion ; ds., 2293. 
5iurcA, m., atankard; ns., 1514. / /^ / 

SUpAtinAc, m., a^iralep-. ?**•, 1544. J^4^ I t*^j 
gtA^Aijie, m., a prattler ; ?i.9., 1852. * ' 

StA^AifteAcu, /., prattling ; ns., 2470. 
gtÁim, /., complaint ; ns., 2159. 
StAire. /., a stream ; cfó., 1549. 

^tAire,/., brightness, freshness (of tlie eye) ; ns. ,3030. 
^tAip-jéibeAnn, m., lock-fetters ; «.<., 17"). 
^tÁm,/., a complaint, a murmur : ru . 2085. 
5tAmAi|ie, m., a prattler ; ??s., 2882. 
^lAnAim, I cleanse ; 3 pl. /"., 1010 ; 3 vf. ps., 1802 ; 1 sweep away, 

3 s.f., 768 ; 3 5. cond., 791. 
^tAn-cjtú, m., pure blood ; í/s., 2318. 
StAn-5|iuAx>AC, fair-cheeked : ns., 2156. 
StAn-ionnAftbA-ó, m., a complete rout ; as., 522« 
^tAn-rc|iíobAim, I indicate clearlv ; ?">?., 255% 
^tAO"ÓAC, rn., attention, demand ; as. , 43. 
5tAO"ÓAim, I call, call for ; 1 s. impf., 1~>!>7 : 1 pl. /., jlAot'^pAtn, 

1473 ; vn„ 1639 ; with a\\, I call apon, 1 s. pr., 7!>:>\ 
^tAf (1), green ; gs., 3100; ds., 3010 ; bright (of the eve ; super., 

1323 ; (of canvas or eloth), ds. } 2536. 
^tAr (2) m., a lock ; apl., gtAifiotinA, l'755. 
gté, bright, pure ; ns., 73 ; adv., 50 5., 3102. 
^teAnnuÁn, m., a little glen ; ds., 3099. 
^téAf, m., readiness, preparation ; í/s., 1451. 
gtéAfAim, I set in order, prepare ; pp. t 2342 ; ?•>?., 1504; I design 

as on canvas, 3 s. pr. rel., 16. 
^téAfUA, prepared, set in order, read} T ; ns., 1482 ; as., 1436. 
5té-b|tumneAlt, /., a bright maiden ; us., 165 



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^té-^A-p, m., a bright scion ; ns., 715. 

5té-rhiAnAc, of noble desire ; ns., 2017. 

^teoi-óue, neat, lovely : ns., 2710. 

gté-ttnsf-eAc, of bright understanding ; vs., 165. 

gtiA-ó, m„ battle ; gpL, 2704 

gtic, clever ; adv., 50 3., 1571. 

5^105 AijteAcc, /., emptiness of sound ; ds., 1803. 

5ti05Aifie, a prater, aboaster; ds., 1874. 

^tio^Ajt, m., empty noise, boasting ; as., 1873. 

^lome, m., a glass ; as., 1418. 

5tt>AireAcu (1), vn. of gtuAifim, I go away, 2047. 

5tnAire<\cu (2),/., act of moving ; ds., 2244. 

5t«Aif ?m, I spring from ; 3 s. pf., 2293. 

gnÁir, m^ a hare lip (?) ; gs. (as adj.), 2838. 

^uaoi,/., countenance, appearance ; ds., 237. 

5nAoi-x>ói5ce, face-scalded ; ns., 2861, 

^nÁf, m., a fashion, habit ; gs. (as ac£/.), 1079. 

gnÁt (1), constant ; efc., 2433 ; usual, ns., 1727. 

^nÁi (2), m., fashion, custom ; ds., -oo ^nÁt, constantly, 1926, 

2184. 
^nÁt-f eAtt, m., constant treachery ; gs., 1065. 
^nÁt-obAif,/., constant business ; ns., 2810. 
gné,/., the outward appearance ; apl., 650. 
^né-JeAt, of bright complexion ; ns., 492. 
^né-JtAf, of green appearance ; ds., jné-gtAife, 105. 
^né-fntn-óue, of well cut or comely features ; vs., 165. 
gníomAC, feat-performing ; ?is., 760, 1189. 
5níom-T)iAbAtcA, of diabolical deeds ; ns., 2803. 
gníom-jtAn of pure deeds ; ns., 2120. 
5nthf-x>ub, of black countenance ; ns., 2882. 
gnúif-jeAt, of bright countenance ; ns., 612. 
gobAnn (?), ns., 1297. 
^oi-oim, I steal ; 3 s. pf. ps., 2657. 
5oi"o(it>5A-ó), m., act of stealing ; gs., 2709. 
5oitt-poimp,/., foreign pride or pomp ; n<?., 1125. 
5oitt-ftiocc. m., a foreign tribe or progeny ; npL, 1112. 
^om,/., wounding ; 1926. 

goif e, /., nearness; ds., im joife, near me ; 796. 
got, m., crving, weeping ; gs., 2033. 
gotAifc, /., crying ; ds,, 1909. 
gof a-ó, m., heat ; ds., 2704. 



170 poclói|A. 

^oficA, m., starvation ; ns., 1906. 

^o-jiuujat), m., act of hurting, wounding ; gs., 2777. 

5fiÁ-ÓAc, afíectionate, amiable ; ns., 2054 ; vs., 1447. 

^fiÁ-ÓAim, I l° ve ; 3 s. pr., 1777 ; 3 pl. pr,, 1861. 

^jiA-oAm, m., esteem, pre-eminence ; ns., 497; ds., 311, 453, 518, 

2062, 2311 ; as., 43, 1057, 1818, 2446. 
5fiÁ"ómAji, amiable ; ds., 2391 ; as., 432, 952 ; super., t>á jf'Á-ó- 

m-ó/ifie, 1629. 
SfiÁ-ótiijim, I love ; 3 5. /., 1239. 
5jiajmt>, m., grubbing, that is taking off the surface of the lea; as., 

1436. 
5fiÁf, m., grace ; g. pl., 354 ; dpl., 5-fiÁrA, 1233. 
5|iÁfCA|i (1), m., a rabble ; ns., 946, 1857. 
5fiÁrcAji (2), m., struggle, resistance ; eZs., 1647. 
5ftÁcA, m., grate; «pZ., 1516. 
5fieA-oAx>, m., act of wringing or beating (the hands in grief) ; ns. 

2086, 2100. 
5fieAT>Aim, I press upon,urge, excite ; 3 s. cond., 790; x>o ^ne.\-of?A-ó 

bócAfi, which would gallop on a road, 2.~>!>4 ; <'/<•, 246, 1844. 
Ffé-Aj-f uil, /., Grecian blood ; ds. s 2312. 
5|ieAnnmA|i, witty, amiable, pleasant ; ds., 3038, 3060 ; rs., 1447 ; 

adv., 30 5., 976. 
5|ieAnnuA, neat, elegant, lovelv ; 7is., 468, 511, 2040, 2295, 2420; 

ds., 611, 974; apl., 1495, 1508; adv., 50 5., 1164 1450, 1480, 

2594. 
5tteAnnin£im, I love ; 3 s. pf., 462, 404, 649, 964,1826; I make 

pleasing, 3 .<?./., 2413. 
5|iéArAix>e, m., a sh:>emaker ; ds., 1519. 
5]iei-óm, /., love ; ds., 98. 
5|iei"ómeAc, amiable ; ns., 2017. 
5liéix;eAC (1), Grecian ; as., 611. 
gjiéi^eAf, the Greek language ; ds., 2370. 
5fiéin-3;loine, /., sunbrightness ; ds. t L22. 
5|iéArni5im (S1 t1 °r u1 5 irn )j I basten, urge on ; 2 5. imper., 2356. 
5|iéit|ie, m., gifts ; npl., 1335. 
gmAnAc, bright, shining ; as., 2017. 

5|HAn-ctiimm, I set down lucidlv (with fíof) ; vn., 2195. 
5|iiAn-f ÍAit, m., a bright prince ; ns., 2120. 
5fiíoro*5im, I urge ; 3 5. pf., 387. 
^jioi-óe, great, brave ; ns. t 1258, 2464, 2603 ; ds., 568, 933 ; npl., 587. 

2312; gpl, 1132. 



pDClÓ1f\. 17 i 

St^^S-aó, hairy, having a long mane ; ns., 1885 ; dpl, 2266. 

5jiUAi*ó-5eAl, bright-cheeked ; ns. 2260 

5|iuAim, /., sorrow ; ns., 2085. 

5uAifie^c, hairy ; ns., 2861. 

5ui*óeAcuAm, vn., A55., praying, 871. 

5«^5Ac, broad-loined, awkward ; ns. f 2872 

5unnA, m. f a gun ; apl., 1502. 

ÍUua, m., a hat ; ns., 2658, 2668 ; gs., 2676 ; ds., 436 ; as. f 2765. 
tlm^, m., a hinge ; as., 1497. 
tlú-oa, m., a hood ; gs., 2969. 
tlvmuéiji, m., a hunter ; ds., 1494. 

Iacac, m., loud lamentation ; ns., 2094. 

UjiAnn, m. , iron ; as., 1509. 

lAfignó, ra., anguish, grief, an elegy ; ns. f 2014. 

1-AjijiAcu,/., an attempt, a thrust ; </£>£, i^-|i'|iAcuAi , óe, 1242 ; dpl., 1440. 

1-AfAcu, m., the being given away to strangers, lending ; ns., 1133. 

lAfc<\c, suitable for fishing ; as., "oubÁn lArcAc, a fishing hook, 1496. 

Ut-jlAf, of green fields ; ds., 1339. 

1bim, I suck, drink ; 3 s. pf., 828. 

iFtteatin, *»., hell i Hades ; ds., 2497, 2699. 

1meAt, m., a border, ds., 2089, 2744. 

1mi|nm, I play ; 3 s. cond., 1328. 

ImpijieAcu, f., the empire ; ds., 1279. 

1ncmn, /., the brain ; ?is.,2721. 

In^eAlcA, neat ; ns., 479. 

1mr, /., an island ; gs., 350, 402 (mir ). 

Inne^tt, m., a plot, a snare ; dpl., 514. 

Inneom,/., an anvil ; gs., 1478, 1528. 

Inmrim, I tell ; 1 s. pf., 2757 ; Spl.pf, 1115 ; 3 s. pr. ps., 756, 1971, 

1275 ; vn<, 456, 1090, 1124, 1094. 
InnuteAÓu,/., understanding ; ns., 1483. 
Innumn, /, spirit, courage, resolution ; ds., 1645, 1657, 1774; as., 

458, mind, intention, ds., &p mnum, with the intention of, 1087.. 
íocAim (1), I pay, reward ; 3 pl. pf., 1724 ; (2), I pay for, sufíer for ; 

Spl.f., 1121. 
1ocuA|i, m., the lowest part ; ds., 3103. 

1ox>, /., the letter 1 ; n*., 2366, 2370. . 

1ox>bAitiu, /., immolation ; as., 306. 
ío^Ati, m., outline (of the face, etc.) (cf., a\\ í 054^1 An jteaunA, on 

the verge of the glen) ; ns., 218, 2480. 



172 £octóij\. 

105-AftÚA, well outlined or shaped ; as., 31 . 

lostriAfi, emotional ; as., 2034. 

1olAji (1), m., an eagle ; as., 1344. 

1otAfi (2), m., abundance ; c&s., 49. 

1omA*o, m., much ; ds., 801, 848. 

lomxM-ó,/., a conflict ; gs., 862, 2673. 

lomAftcA, /., a great many, overmuch ; ns., 1982 ; ds., 1329 ; a*., 

2217. 
lomcAfi, m., conduct, bearing ; ?w., 3003. 
1omcAftAim, I tolerate ; 3pi.pr. f 1894. 
lompuijim, I turn ; 3 s. />/., 1228. 
lonjMiftu, /., act of stirring, moving ; ds., 2888. 
lon^A,/., a nail ; ns , 1408. 
lon^AnuAc, strangc ; adv., 50 hi., 3024. 
lonnAÍAim, I conceal ; 3 s. impf., 1373. 
1onnAnbA-ó, m., expulsion ; «*., 1752. 
1onnAnbAim, I banish ; pp., 54 ; m., 96. 
1onnA|% conj., so that, 2826. 
lonnmAf, m., wealth ; •/*.. 17.;."). 
lonnjtAic, noble, faithful ; gs. s 434 ; gpl. s 1572. 
1onnrm-óe, m., act of meeting ; ds., 3060. 
1onnruix)im, m.,\ approach ; 3 5. impf., 3052; tfn., 512, 566, 588 3029 

3070. 
lonnuAoib,/., trust ; &*., 565 ; ds., 576. 
1orcAT>, m., the ham ; </.*.. 1518. 
íouihAjt, thirsty ; ns., 2869. 
1r-ci£, adv., inside, 1690. 
iúnn, I eat ; ?•??., 519. 

t,Á, /., a day ; ns. s Iac, 1 154 ; gw., Iaoi, 2523. 

ÍAbAijtu,/., a saving, speech ; npl. s 971. 

tAb|tAim, I speak; 1 s. /., 1451 ; 3 8. pf„ L763, 1820; 3 pí. p/, 

1846. 
Íaca,/, a duck ; ?ipl., 3102 : ap/., 740. 

Iacu, m., fluid of anv kind, teara : n*., 2198 : gw., 414, 1072. 
íacuax), ?«., act of milking ; ds. s 463 ; act of ahedding tears, cfc., 705; 

2176 (A5 Iacuat> a iroeA|tc\ 
lAcuAim, I shed tears ; 1 s.pf, 2102. 

lAcrtiiA|t, copious ; adv., 50 l., copicslv (of tears), 609, 777. 
tAX)|tAim, I beat, wound ; vn., 693. 
ÍA5|tAc, large-pawed ; ns., 2803, 2868. 



poctóifi. 173 

tai-oeAn, /., Latin ; ds., 1543 ; as., 2134. 

tAi^e,/., weakness ; ns., 1610. 

tAmni-óe, m.. ap/., of Wm (?). a spear, 2952. 

tÁijt, /., a mare ; as., 2592. 

tÁitfteAcr, present, presently ; tAitf eAÓ boitt, on the spot, 263. 

tÁth,/., a hand ; with te, beside ; tÁrh tmn, 804, 1027 ; tÁm tiom, 

951 ; as., -o'iompmj tÁm teif, he turned against him, 1228. 
tAtnpA, m., a lamp ; npl., 3095. 

tÁmu^A-ó, m., act of shooting ; gs., tÁmAi^ce, 2954. 
tÁn-cm'o,/., a plentiful share ; ns., 323. 
tÁn-cirniAf, m., full or great power ; gs. (as adj.), 1781. 
tÁn-mAif eAc, very beautiful ; dpl., 2787. 
tann, m., a spear ; apl., ? tAmnróe, 2952. * 
t-Ann(-A), strong ; ns., 2271. 

tAnn-éofCAifr, /., act of slaughtering with the sword ; ds., 1790. 
tAnnmAf;, strong, brave ; ns., 523, 1794 ; adv., 50 t., 693, 728, 178 . 
tAn-oitue, well versed in (with Af) ; vpl., 200. 
tÁn-rAi-óbfeAó, very substantial ; ns., 2018. 
tÁn-cAif, very soft; ns., 2409. 

tÁn-coéu, m., a heavy íit (of grief) ; ns., 2085 ; gs., 293. 
tAoc, m., a hero ; npl., 3058 ; gpL, tAOic, 2226. 
tAOÓAf, m., heroism ; (7$., 1459. 
Uoc-oa, heroic ; ns., 198, 1795, 2271 . 
tAo^, m. a ealf, a term of endearment ; gs., 2479 ; efo., 2355 ; as , 

2500 ; vs.,2436. 
tAoró-ruÁif,/,, a historical poem ; dpl., 1114. 
tAom-ctnp,/., sparkling foam ; ds , tAom-cmpe, 121. 
tÁf , m., the middle, the ground ; ds., Af tÁf , prostrate, 1009. 
tAfAX), m., a blush, abright red colour ; vs., 1423, 2406, 2515. 
tAfAim, I light, burn ; 3 pl.pf. ps., 3059. 
tAf Aifi, /., blaze, red colour ; gs., 3077 ; ds., 495. 
tAfAíhAit, brilliant ; ns., 2121, 2317 ; e^Z., 3039. 
tAf rriAjt, lightsome ; ns., 2666. 
te, prep., in, for ; te gteo, in or for battle, 986 ; te uóif, in pursuit, 

1008. 
tedbA,/., a bed ; ds., teAbA fvnc, a ploughshare, 1485. 
teAbAif eAcu, /*., a long stretch ; ns., 1440. 
leAbAf (1), m., a book ; gs. (the Bible), 2819 ; ds., 668, 1596. 
teAbAf (2), long, limber ; ns., 1521, 2226. 
tgADAf -ctAi-óeAm, m., a long sword ; apl., 1503. 
teAOAf -éf ob, m., a long pliant hand (i.e., from wrist to finger-tips) ; 

ns., 384, 739. 



174 £oclóifA. 

teAbAfi-cuAó, m., a long loose curl ; dpl., 2566 

teADAfi-píop, /., a long neck ; ns., 560. 

teAbAji-pup , m., long pliant lips ; (/s., 2868. 

teAbAfi-f coc, m., a long shaft ; as., 1486. 

teAcui^ce, embedded ; 1441. 

teA^A-ó, m., overthrow ; ns., 1547 2052. 

teAm, bitter, troublesome ; ns., 1883. 

teAm-tAOAjicAc, of foolish speech ; ns., 2804. 

téAtiA-ó, m., act of amicting, ds., 2309 ; act of violating ; ds., 2252. 

teAnAim, I persevere in, I follow ; 3 s. pr., 1619 ; 1 s. /., 2491 ; 1 s. 

pf., 1594 : 3 s. pr. opt., 1911. 
téAnAim, I injure, violate ; 3 s. pf, 1823 ; 3 pl., pf., 2346 ; pp. 147. 
teAnbAc, artless, childlike ; ns., 1623, 2011, 2377 ; ado., 50 t., 727. 
teAnmAfi, sorrowful, distressed ; ns., 1862. 
teAfi, the sea ; 1 ^céin teAjt, far over the sea; 1053. 
téAr, m., a lease, a fixed period of time ; y,i. , 788 ; (/ó-., 781. 
teAf, m., fortune, happiness ; na. , 1991. 
teAfCAfi, m., a cask, a vessel ; npl., 1810, 1884. 
teAfciAfi, aáv., behind, with x)e, 2945. 

teACAT>, m., act of spreading ; ds., aji t., open, gaping, 585. 
teACAn, broad ; ns., 1521 ; ds., 316 ; ÍW., 557. 
teACAn-bjUAC, m., a broad cloth ; ds., 20, 969, 3042. 
teAcAn-pup, m., lips wide apart ; ns., 2892. 
teACAn-crjiuc, m., a broad streain ; ds., 3042. 
teAcAji, m., the hide or skin ; «s., 1871, 1917, 2908. 
teAc-pijm, /., a half-penny ; ds., 1174. 
teAc-rcuitce, m., a withered old man ; ns., 2884. 
teibiT), m., an awkward clown ; ns., 2S75. 
téi*omeAC, valiant, strong ; ns., 1795 ; adv., 50 t., 693. 
téi^eAnn, m., learning ; ds., 1452. 
téijeAncA, learned, knowing ; adc, 30 t., 727. 
téijeAn-cuijfe,/, learned acuteness ; rjs., téi^eAn-cuijpe 127. 
teijeAf, vn. of teijeAjvvim, I cure, 2944. 
téi^im, I tell, speak, repeat ; 1 s. pr. f 264, 1118, 1570 ; 1 s. /., 2654 ; 

3 s. /., 713 ; 1 s.pf., 2468 ; vn., 1555. 2399 : pp., 2385. 
téi5im, I leave ; with -oo, I leave alone ; vn., 1585, 1593, 1601, \&)V, 

1617, 1625. 
ténnim, I leap, bound ; 3 s. pf, Q57. 
téme, /., a shirt ; as., 1973. 

téifi-cjiuinnit;im, I collect together completelv ; 3 s. \n . ps., 14ó. 
téiji-cuijiim, I set completely ; pp. (of teeth), 119. 



^octóip. 175 

f 

léi|ti5im, I give rise to, aet, arrange ; 3 5. pf, 2327 ; pp., 122. 

téi|t-5tn-oim, I snatch by stealth ; vn., 1886. 

téi|t-|tAnn, /., a full or perfect stanza ; dpl., 396. 

téi|t-fqtiof, m., complete destruction; ds., 2325 ; as., 2770. 

teit (prop. dat. of te^t),/., a side, a turn ; o fom 1 teit, from that 

time to this, 2827. 
téite, pron., with her, 2519. 
téitfte-Ac, m., a band, a fetter ; apl., 2758. 

teomAn, m., a lion, used for a champion or hero in the followincr 
passages ; ns., 1258, 1502; gs., 986 ; ds., 1393, 1476; gpl.,572, 
2263 ; apl., 918. 
teomAtiuA, heroic ; ns., 2121. 
tiAcc,/., great number ; ns., 2007. 
tiAtftAim, I roll, upset ; 3 5. pf ps., 2942. 
tite, m., the lily ; ns., 380, 433 ; gs., tít, 230 ; gs., 2240, 2334. 
tíne, m., a line, a tribe ; ds., 791. 
tmn, m., time ; ds., te tmn *oo pórx-d, on the occasion of your mar- 

riage, 2588 ; ds., 2630. 
tmn-ffiut, m., a sea-current ; ds., 1099, 
tíobói-oe-Ac, lazy ; ns., 2875. 
U05, m., stone ; vs., 2224. 
tío^An, m., a trowel ; as., 1491. 
tíomtA, polished, elegant ; ns., 2018 ; 50 t., 727. 
tíon, m., flax; gpl., 1570. 
tíonAim, I fill up, I get filled up ; 3 s.pr., 1782, 1 s, pr., 1092 ; I 

multiplv, Spl.pf. 9 1113. 
tíonmAji, abounding in, full, complete ; ns., 1414 ; adv., $o t., 728, 

1208. 
tionn, f., ale; dpl., tionnrAi"óe, 600; dpl., 1562. 
tíon-fiit (tíon-|ttnt), /., great distress ; ns., 440 ; a weight of sad- . 

ness ; ns., 873 ; great excitement of grief ; ds., 1088. 
tíon- |titim, I run fast with excitement ; 1 s. pf., 2069. 
tionrcA, m., an abusive term fcr an old man ; ns., 1826, 2875. 
tíonuA, crowded ; tídv., 30 t., 460. 
tíoncAcu, /., fulness ; ns., x>& t., how full soever, 1122. 
tiofc-A, lumbering ; ns., 2804. 
tínf , /., (in heraldry) the white colour of skin or fur QP. O'C.) ; com 

^eAt te tínr is a common expression ; ds., 735, 3116. 
tit>5, m., a cry, a shout ; ns., 1897. 
tóó-jiAnn, m., a torch ; ns., 2317; 
tocuA, m., a loft ; as., 2750. 



176 poclóip. 

LÓ5, m. (prop. 105), a hollow ; 2253. 

tom^eAf , m., a fleet ; as., 384. 

tom, m., bareness ; ns., 1297. 

tomnA m., a fleece ; ds., 1036 ; as. t 1387, 2502, 2690. 

ton^Ac (1), fierce ; ns., 1791 ; (lon^AT) .1. CAiteAm, devouring, con- 

suming, P. O'C) ; the idea in ton^Ac seems the same as that in 

cfiAofAc applied to a warrior, etc. 
ton^Ac (2), abounding in ships ; adv., 50 l., 460. 
tonn(A)-bite, m., a strong champion ; ns., 241. 
tonnjiAc, shining ; ns., 622, 651, 2042, 2121, 2666 ; ds., 433. 
tonnjiAT), m., a mass of brightness ; dpl., 303'.», 3045. 
tuAi*óim, I speak, utter ; 2 s. pf., 1758. 
tuAix>ceAc, causing envy (?) ; ns., 1883. 
tuAiú|ieAC, m., a heap of ashes ; as., 510. 
tuArcAT), m., act of waving, flaunting in the wind, rocking ; ds., 1330, 

2250, 2580. 
tuAÚ, early ; 2571. 

tuAt-tu|u\r, m., a swift journey or visit ; 08., 2072. 
túb, m., a curve, a maze , >/>' . as adj. , 660 ; cunning, deceit, npl. t 

túbAX) (or perliaps ns.\ 1573. 
túbAC. wily, crotchety ; ns. t 2874 : adv., 50 L, 156& 
túbAim, I bend ; 3 s. cond., 1523 ; Wi., 2888. 
túbAijie, m., a strong nian ; ns. t 1512. 
tmbe .1. tmb,/., a plant ; as. t 2249. 
Uifne,/., a blush, a bright red colour ; ns., 1323, 2334, 2478 ; ds., 

433, 2042. 
túit-cjut,/, a vigorons trembling ; ds., 520. 
tinteAC, veins, arterie.s ; gpi., 2970. 
tún-bAjic, a strong Bhip ; ds., 65^. 
Lút (1), m., activitv ; ds., &\\ l. fíofi, in constant activity or motion, 

555 ; A|t Uít, brandished vigorouslv, 3013. 
tút (2), nimble ; npl. t 638. 
tútmA|i, active ; ns., 1512. 

niAÓA, m., a field for cattle, a herd of cattle ; d*., 2562, 262S ; a plain, 

ds., 2984. 
iTlACAnAf, m., fondling, endearment ; as., 51. 
niAcrnAim, I reflect ; 2 .<?. imper., 1974. 2 312. 
niACciu\m, m., act of meditating ; gs. t 1135 ; ds. } 605, 721, 1016, 159**, 

3112. 
111Á-Ó, m., the trump card ; met. fortune, fate ; ns. t 1729. 






foctóifi. 177 

triASAT), m., derision ; ns., 1569, 1589 ; ds., 120, 961, 2632. 

lTlA5A"ÓAniAil, derisive ; adv., 50 m., 1563. 

triAi-oeAn,/., morning ; acc. temp., 2560. 

tnAi-óm (1), m., a contest ; ns., 2940. 

tTlAi'óni (2), m., act of crushing or fighting ; cls., mAo-óm, 843 ; as, 

mAO*óm, 652. 
triAinirueA|i, /., a monastery ; ds., 81 (place name). 
tnÁmléAT) (?), wi., a mallet ; «s., 1487. 
tTlAi|iim, I live (as long as) ; lpl. pr opt., 50 mAifieAm a céite, that 

we may live each as long as the other> 2243 ; 2 0. /., 1921, 2435 ; 

3 s.f., 1900. 
triAtic, ra., beef ; npl., 1810. 
triAireAmAit, comely ; ns., 492, 615, 2321, 2242, 2660, 2916 ; ds., 11, 

1622 ; as., 952. 1772. 
tttAic, m., a noble ; dpl., 2226. 
tTlAiteAm, m., act of forgiving ; ds., 2082. 
triAiceAf, /., goodness ; as., 2708. 
triAicim, I forgive ; 3 s. opt., 1561. 
tTIÁt, m., act of bruising ; ds., 843. 
tnAtA, m., a bag ; ds., 1901. 

iTlAtAi|iT: (1),/., an exchange, a different kind ; ns., 1717. 
1TlAtA-|iofC, m., a brow-covered eye ; cls., 2404. 
triAtAjiuAim, I exchange ; vn., 2442. 

tTlAttAcr:,/., acurse, a malediction ; ns , 1910, 1938, 1942 ; gpl., 1938. 
tTlAttni^te, vicious, cursed ; gs., 946; w_p?„ 3073 ; dpl., 1860, 1972, 

3071. 
tTlÁm, /., the hand ; ds., ó rhÁm An cfiuA-óuAm, from the hand of 

misery, 2626. 
tTlAmAi-óe, /, a mother ; m., 2616. 
mÁntA, mild, affable ; ns., 1922. 

mÁntAc, affable, gentle ; ns.. 2320 ; ns. (as noun), 219. 
mAnÍAcr, /., affability ; ns., 231, 2292, 2403. 
mAntiAt, a manual, a bible or prayerbook ; as., tn^ An mAntiAt, lie 

swore by the Manual or Prayer Book, 2724. 
triAox>m, vid. mAiT>m. 
mAoi-óim, I mention ; 1 s. pr., 2353 ; 1 s. /., 1998 ; 1 s.pf., 2504 ; 

2 s. pf., 1107 ; I relate, 3 s. pr. ps., 1114 ; vn. (with te), to relate 

to, 3018 ; I boast, 1 s. pr., 1873 ; with Afi, I congratulate on, 

compliment on, 1 s. pf, 1372, 1417 ; with aji, I mention en- 

viously of a person, 3 s. pf., 1847. 
mAOix>ceAc, boasting ; ns.. 1868, 2804. 

G 



178 poctótn. 

rriAoifireAcr, /., sovereignty; as., 1129. 

tTlAot-cnoc,m., a peakless hill ; apl., 2740. 

mAot-tior, /., an unprotected fort ; ds. } 2157. 

triAOji, m., an officer ; gpl., 284. 

triAOji"ÓA, majestic ; ds., 1622. 

triAotrÓAcu, /., majesty ; ds., 1028. 

triAOfAc ? adv., 30 m., 1563. 

ITlAot-meAtcA, sofb and decayed ; ns., 2805. 

trUfi, adv„ where ; 1615. 

tnAfib, dead ; as., 1940. 

mAftbnA, m., an elegy ; as., 2193. 

niAjic, ?>i. a marking-iron ; as., 1518. 

mAjicfiA-ó, m., a horseman ; y/>/., 1814. 

triAjt5A"ó, m,, a market, a bargain ; ns., 2918, e£ seq. 

triAfCAtAc (1), adj., pleasing, flattering; dgf. t 3048. 

mAfCAtAC (2), /, a maiden ; ns., 397, 984, 1922; ds., 25, 1622; as , 

1772 ; tw., 532, 2390 ; <jpl., 975. 
mAf tA, m., a reproach, ofíence ; ns., 646, 1920; §r*., .2432 ; «5., 681, 

947, 1830. 
niAftAtAc, insulting ; dpl., 1860; adv., 30 m., 1895. 
mAftm^teAc, insulting ; adv , 30 m., 1823; ?•?>/. triAf IauAC. 
meAbAi|i,/, mind, memorv ; ns., 1943 ; íí"s., 2202; as., 2720. 
meAbAÍ, ??i ., deceit ; gs. (as W/,), 679. 
meAbtAc, deceitful ; ns., 2881. 
meAbiunjim, I study, call to mind ; 3 s. pf., 2132 
meÁ-ó, /., a scale, a balance ; gs. t 1498. 
méA-OAt, ???., the mouth ; ??*., 2897. ^f^ 
meAT)A|i, m., a churn ; apl., 294S. ' 

tnéAtA, m., a great loss ; ns., 2055, 2163 ; ds., 2090, 2178, 2197. 
meAtt^-ó, m., act of coaxing ; ds., 2620. 
meAttAim, I coax ; 3 *, impf., 2950 ; 3.«?.;)/. rd. t 1634; vw., 1581 

1957 ; I deceive, 1 s. pf., 2386 : 3 g. toper., 2002. 
meAttAijte, ??i., a deceiver; ns., 2866. 
meAn^, ??i., deceit ; as., 1742. 

meAnmA,/, courage ; 7is., 1592; tf.<?.. 992, 1469; «s., 2440 
meAnmAc, spirited ; adv., 30 m., 1780. 
meAnnAix)te, ???., an awl ; as., 1519. 
méAjiACÁn, ??i., a thimble ; as., 1501. 
meA|ui5A"ó, ???., error, straying ; ??.<?., 2318. 
meAf (1), estimate ; ds., 581 ; judgment, ds.. -oom meAf . in my 

opinion, 2234. 



poctóip. 179 

meAf (2), vn. of me-Af Aim, 1 judge, 3060. 

ttte^fAim, I aim at, endeavour ; 3 s. pr., 2047. 

meAjMfváA, estimable ; ns., 2018, 2122. 

ttteAfCA'ó, m., confusion, turbulence ; as., 756. 

me-AfCA, estimable ; ns., 615. 

ttteAt, m., failure, decay ; ds., 1795, 2308. 

meAÚAim, I fail. decay ; 3 s. pf, 1849,2140; 3 pl. pf., 1777, 1875; 

pp., 717, 2984. 
ItteAtcA, decayed ; ns., 717,2984. 

mei-ói|i,/., mirth ; ds., 98 ; te m., mirthfully ; 1525. 
ttteitceAÓ, hurling, casting (?) ; an epithet of Sampson, 2979. 
tttém, .1. miAn,/., desire ; ns., 1998. 
méinn,/. mind, mien; gs., 2392 ; cls., 663, 2304, 2545, 3033 ; as., 645, 

2846. 
mémne, apparently a proper name, 2293. 
mémneAc, of fair mien ; ns., 615. 
mémneAmÁit, high-minded ; ns., 2019. 
méijiteAc, m., a wretch, a miscreant; ns.. 860; vs., 2058 ; npl., 3073; 

gpl., 1204 ; dpl., 1272 ; apl., 131, 1192. 
tttéifxneAC, traitorous ; ns., 40. 
méit, fat ; ns., 85 ; npl., 3104. 
tttéit-bfoc, m,, a fat badger (a term applied to the English) ; dpl. 

1860. 
méit-poc, m., a fat buck (a term applied to the English) ; gpl., méit- 

puic, 694. 
ttteo-óónAc, moderate ; as., 1278. 
tttiAn, /., desire ; ds. meón (but perhaps we should read caji meo-óón, 

exceptional), 1477, 1483. 
tttitif-cíoc,/., a sweet breast ; gpl., rmtif-cíocA, 828. 
tttitteA , ó-bfifeA*ó, m., act of crushing to déstruction ; ds., 843. « 

mittim, I destrov, wound deeply ; 3 s. pf., 3125, 3128. 
mittueAC, destructive ; ns., 2805. 
tttitfeAcu,/., sweetness ; as., 
mítueof acc, /., mischief ; ds., 2881. 
mín-cneAf, m., fine skin ; gs. (as adj.), 3114. 
tttín-cfit, /., act of gentle trembling ; ds., 1084. 
míne, /., mildness, gentleness ; ns., 231. 
mmic-coifeA-ó, m., frequent invitation ; ds., 2289. 
mín-mAifeAc, of gentle beauty ; ns. (as subs.), 1100. 
mín-ff nt, m., a smooth stream ; ds., 740. 
mín-CAif, mild and gentle ; ns., 2122. 



180 ^octóip. 

tnío-cÁiteAc, of ill-repute, ns., 2805. 

mioéAifi, affable, gentle ; ns. 441, (as noun), 1182, 2320, 2338, 2805, 

3040; ds., 11, 120. 
tttío-cóftAc, ill-shaped ; ns., 39, 2857. 
mío-étiAifro, /., ill-luck ; gpl., 1729. 

míot, m., a general name for an animal, a hare ; npl., 243, 3105 ; 

apl., 743. 
mionn, m., an oath; apl , 1604. 

tníon-fftut (vid. mín-ffiut), ??i., a smooth stream ; ds., 758. 
míoft, /., a portion ; as., 820, 1410 (míofttO- 
míoji-ctJjiAií), .1. mótt-cujiAX), m., a great champion ; ns., 1104. 
trhorcAir, /., malice, ill-will ; ns., 1865; <:/$., 52U. 
miofCAifeAc, spiteful ; ns., 2872. 
míft-ceAnnAr, m., high kingship ; «s., 912. 
míft-cion, m., great fondness ; flfo., 1110. 
tttiftfiéift, m., a mirror ; apl., 1498. 
tttí-rciAiriAc, ugly ; ns. t 2806. 
Ittitro, in phrase, ir mitro, it is time, 1554. 
tttoc, early ; ns., 2569, 2572. 
trio-ÓAmAit, polite, elegant; ns., 556, 1537, 1623, 1791, 2241, 2377 

3057 ; ds., 11 ; as., 112, 1422. 
niox)ArhftAc, polite, refined ; ns., 877 (mó-óthftAc), 1155 ; arfv., 50 m., 

1530. 
mot)AfttA, dirty, diecoloured ; ns. t 2806. 
móro, /., an imprecation ; as., 662; />/*/., móro, 1 
moitt, /, delay ; ns., 459 ; CÍ9., 7-, 2907, 3022. 
móin-rtcAjwr. very deceitful ; adv. t 50 m., 1559. 
iTlotAim, I praise ; I s. cond., 2463 ; Pft.,2466. 
monuAn, interj. t alasl 2028. 
mójt-coftp, m., a great 1 >< >d \- , gra (as <«(;. . (23. 
mó|i-r|ion')eAc, large-hearted ; rw., 2019. 
móji-curo, /., a great oumber ; i»*,, 2628 ; .. 2562. 
mójfÓA, majestic ; ns. 3 1798. 
tttóft-ftAit, /«., a great chieftaio ; ds. t 908. 
móft-mAOft, m,, chief-magistrate ; gs. t 2046. 
mójt-puf, m., large lips ; gs. (as "<//'. \ •J s .">7. 
:itó|t-rcóip, /., great pleasure, freedom; ds., 1013. 
tnón-fliuvj, m., a iarge force ; ds., móft-ftós, 980. 
mójt-tftúp, m., a great army ; npL, 899. 
múcAim, I stifle ; pp., 1767. 
múcTTA, sunk (pp. of múcAim, I stirie, sink) ; )is., 3020 ; BUuk in, ns. 

(múcoA), 2881. 



poctóiít. 181 

m«iteAnn, m., a mill ; as., 758, 1178 (mtiitte^n). 

muin^-cAf, having twisted hair ; ns., 2866. 

muimceAc, stiff-necked (?) (muince, a collar) ; ns., 1868, 2876. 

mninnceAn"ÓA, friendly ; ns., 439. 

mtaineAnAc, in heavy masses (of the hair) ; adw, 50 m , 2233. 

muineAf-potu, m., a heavy mass of hair ; ns., 2519. 

múijineAc, amiable ; ds., 16. 

mún, m., sordid water, urine ; gs. (as adj.) 2871. 

munAOjiAc (munDAjiAC ?), backbiting ; ns., 2805. 

múnAT) m., good behaviour (MS. múine) ; ds., 2885. 

munt.dc, m., mire; ds., 2883. 

múf, m., fortress ; ds., 2893. 

mn|irAi|ie, m., a slave ; ns., 2857. 

muffAnud, slavish ; ns., 2804. 

múf t-di-óe, comiagrations (?) ; dpl., 'ha múftdiT>ib t-df jiac, 3077. 

mufCAitim, I move, stir ; 3 s. pr. ps., 1927. 

muruAjiAc, vain, boasting ; ns. } 1868. 

nÁineAc, shameful ; ns., 1805, 1838. 

tlAiteAnnAc (?) ; ns., 2806. 

riAmAi-oe^mAit, hostile ; ns., 2641, 2806. 

tlAoi"óeAnx)A, childlike ; ns., 2123. 

tlAoth, m., a saint ; ds., 878, 2149 ; gpl., 1074, 2215 

tlAomAT), ninth ; ns., 2781. 

nAom-cofp, m., the Sacred Body of Ohrist in the Eucharist ; gs., 

1569. 
tlAom-^nt, m., a saintly voice ; ns., 2076. 
tlAoni-fcnipu, /., holy scripture ; ds., 2115. 
n-Aom-SpionA-o,/., tlie Holy Ghost ; as., 1576. 
n-Aomú-A, holy ; ns., 3080. 
ndom-céicf, m., a holy text ; gpl., 2149. 
n^of ca, /., a snipe ; npl., nAofc-d, 740. 
neA*ou 151111, I settle down, I nestle ; 3 s. pf. 940. 
nédtt-fCAmAtt, m., a dark cloud; ds., 184. 
né-dm .1. niAm, m., colour, brightness ; ns., 3109. 
neAm-ÁffA, youthful ; ds., 1770. 
ne-dm-btdfUA, inelegant ; as., 1848. 
néAth-b|i au, m., a bright robe ; dpl., 2247. 
neAm-cAftAnndc,, relentless ; ns., 2642. 
né-drh-'óuitteAC, having bright leaves ; ds., 101. 
ne-dm-edstdc, fearless ; ns. 9 1798. 



182 ^octóitv 

neAm-eotAc, ignorant ; m., 2807. 

néAm-Jite, /., colour brightness ; ds., 125. 

neAm-^tiuAnrÓA, without a frown ; ns., 2234. 

neAm-iomAficAc, humble ; ns., 2019. 

neArh-téAnui^te, inviolate ; ns., 126. 

néAmfiAc, vid. niAmfiAc. 

neAtri-fpéif, /., independence ; ds., 1837. 

tléAtrui 151111, I make brilliant ; 3 s. pf., 2700 

néim-5em,/., a fair, bright lady ; ds., 26, 2329, 2494, 

neimneAc, venomous ; n.s-., 2611. 

neon,/., evening ; ns., neoin, 2317 ; ds., 3107, 3121. 

niArhjiAC, brilliant, variegated ; ns., néAmjiAc, 484, 806, 1031, 3118 ; 

ds., 1172 ; aaV, 50 néamttAC, 1162. 
niAUA, neat ; ns., 2019. 

mm,/., poison, venot* ; gs. ías a<7/.), 1*5, 1973 ; aY, 2029, 2216. 
noc, rel. pr., who, which ; ?is., 2297. 
nó-ÓAcc .1. nuA-ÓAcu, /., youth ; ds., 1404. 
nófAi"óe, m., one who understands cu^toins ; ns., 2191. 
nófmAji of good manners ; ns., 2019. 
nórA, m., a musical note ; 886. 
nuin, m. } the letter n ; ns., 2366 

ObAnn, sudden ; ns„ 2163. 

Ocjiac, hungry ; ns., 2897. 

Ó^Acr, /., virginity ; as., 997. 

O^Am, m., writing ; ds., 

Ó^-cvijttA, of youthful exploits ; ns., 1798. 

Ój-teomAn, m., a young hero ; ds.. 997. 

Oir/15,/., office ; gs., 2775. 

Ó15, /., a virgin ; ??*•., 991 ; gs. (the BlePBcd Virgiii), 80, 172; d» 

^ 140, 895, 3129; as , 1574. 2259 ; dpl., 2303. 
015-beAn, /.. a young woman ; vs., 2568. 
015-f eA|i, m., a youth ; ns., 2722 ; efo., 2924. 
Oilit|ieAc, m.. a pilgrim, rambler; ;is., 2S72. 
OmeAc, hospitable ; gs., 1200. 
Oi]\bip, /., a reproach, curse ; »«., 1939. 
Ót, m.. drinking, drink ; gs., 2922. 
OtA, m., annointing ; ds., 1907. 
Otc, m., evil ; gs. (as ac?/.), 1224. 
OttAm, m,, an ollamh : ///>/., 1707, 1728 oll Atiuun). 
OttAin-^ieAnn, m. t dolight in poetrv ; )is., 1743. 



Voctóiru 183 

OmfiA, m., amber ; ds., 883 

6p, m., gold ; gs. (as adj. with subst. in gpl.), 134 ; ds., 2933. 

Ó|i*o (1), m., the clergy ; #s., 1560 ; ds., 40, 1928 (úifro) ; as.,| 1705. 

Ó|ro (2), m.. a sledge ; #s., 1522 ; as., 1482. 

ÓfroAi*óe, m., one in orders ; ns., 2138. 

Ó|i-T)AÚ, m., the colour of gold ; ds., 881. 

ÓfrouJA-ó, m., a command ; ns., 2640 ; «5., 2728. 

Ójt-potu, m., golden hair ; ns., 1158 ; #p^> 921. 

OrcAitu, /., relief, opening ; ns., 2184. 

OftiA-ó, m., a sigh ; ns., 2039, 2111 ; as., 2327 ; dpZ., 1152. 

pÁ§, pay ; ds., 1454, 1474. 

pAfoiji, /., a Pater Noster, a prayer ; ns., 1572 ; as., 2220. 

pAincéAfi, m., a panther ; npl., 3105. 

pÁijic, /., a field ; ds., 1462. 

pÁifiu, /, love, friendsbip ; c?s., 996, a part, side ; im pÁifiu, on my 

behalf, 301, 1915 ; i-o pÁifiu, on thy side, taking thy part, 1843 ; 

'íia pÁifiu, on his side, 2840. 
pÁi|iceAc affectionate, fond of (with te) ; ns., 288, 435, 1643, 2020. 
pÁifiui-óeAcu, /., alliance, friendship ; ds., 1057. 
p^i|itif, /., tremour ; ns., 1612. 

pAif , /., a history of the Passion ; ds., 1908 ; ns., 2221. 
pÁipue, m., a child ; as., 1912. 
pÁpA, m., the Pope ; gs., 1902 ; as., 1861. 
pÁjitúf , m., a parlour ; as., 2750. 
pé, pron., whatever ; ns., 2001 ; whoever, 2455, et seq. 
péACAc, having sharp angles, showy ; nsr, 2659. 
peann, m., a pen ; gs., 2236 ; ds. (rn.pl. sense), 171. 
peAnnAit), /., pain ; ds., 1557. 
péAjitAc, pearly-bright ; ns., 7, 1030, 2330, 2518; npl., pé-AjitAc, 

109 ; adv., 50 p., 2233. 
peAtir^,/, a person, the body ; ns., 501, 734, 1038, 1762, 3006 ; gs, 

437, 1171 ; ds., 974, 1896. 
peAfifM-cftut, m., bodily shape ; ns., 386. 
peiT>té4ji, m., a pedlar ; gpl., 2994. 
pém .1. piAn,/., pain; ns., 1960, 1978. 
péit, /., the letter p ; ns., 2371. 
piAn,/., pain; as., pém, 2354; as., péme, 2396» 
píce, m., a pike ; as.. 1490. 
pitéAji, m., a bullet ; ds., 460 ; gpl., 324, 672, 741, 1301; dpl., pitéiji, 

928. 



184 poctóiti. 

pinfiúfi, m., pincers ; as., 1519. 

piocóix», /., apick-hack ; as., 1515. 

píop, /., a pipe ; gs., 3015, 3016; as., 3009; the throat, ns., 2341, 

2416, 3006. 
piofCAt, m., apistol; apZ., 1503. 
ptÁi5, /., a plague ; ns., 1906 ; #$., 1075. 
ptAmAf ac, flattering ; rcs., 2807. 
ptAtiA, m., a plane ; ds., 1509. 

pt<dnnx>.4, m., a plant, a scion ; ns., 2124, 2142, 2226 ; ds., 348. 
ptAniTOAirixMt, filial ; ns., 2020. 
ptaofc, m., the skull ; ds., 2685, 2763. 
ptÁf , m., flattery ; #s., 1234. 
ptÁc-A, m., plate ; as., 2989. 
ptACÁtca, smoothlike a plate ; ns., 1522. 
pté^fCAim, I beat, smash ; vn., 1482, 1518. 
ptéi-ó, m., act of struggling ; ds., 2335 ; act of dealing with ; 

455. 
ptéixnm (1), I contest ; vn., 2608. 
ptéix)im (2), I defeat, crush ; 3 8. £>/., 1170. 
ptéix>f eAcc, /., act of playing ; ds.. 1042. 
ptéix>-f lofmA, m., a struggle for the mastery ; gs., 114. 
pócAjt, m., a poker ; as., 1516. 
P°5> /•» a ^iss » ds., 1581 ; y/^., 3135 
poince, m., a point ; o&, 1819. 
póifre, /., a narrow road ; apl., 2748 
póic,/., drink ; gs., 576 ; ds., 86. 
Pott, m., a hole ; apl., 2748. 
pottA, m., a scion, a chamnion ; ns., 1787 (pott-dx>), 2124, 2131 : as- 

227. 
póf , m., a race, a family ; ds., 28, 832, 939, 1297 ; an army ns., 3093. 
pófc, m., pork ; npl., pofCA, 1810. 
póf-f coc, m,, family, tribe ; ds., 2297. 
pofic, m., a tune ; gs., 376. 
póf ax), m., act of marrving ; gs., 2588. 
pófCA, married ; gs., 2934. 
PfÁx)Ainn,/., haste, precipitation ; ??s., 424. 
PfÁifc, /., unlawful pastime ; ds., 383 ; wildness, extravagance, ds., 

996. 
Pf Áf, m., a poem ; as., 1891 ; ds., 971. 
pf Af, readv quick ; adr., 50 pftAf, 2177, 2552, 2762. 
PfÁfÁit,/., embrasure ; ds., 1479. 



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PftAcann (pfte-ACánn), /'., parchment ; ds., 57, 971. 

PfieAb, m., a start, a stir, a pulsation ; cfo., gan pfteAb, without life, 

1869. 
PfteAOAim, I start up ; 1 s. pf, 978, 
PfiéAm, /., an offshoot, a scion ; ns., 2293 ; a stock or tribe, ds. t 572, 

1300. 
PfieAm-ftiocc, m., root-stock ; ds., 719. 
PfiéAm-rcoc, m., ancestral stock ; ds., 688, 2199, 2411, 2445. 
PtiéAmmjim, I branch offfrom (as a family, scion) ; 3 pl. pf., 342; I 

strike root, settle firmly, 3 pl. pf, 401. 
Pftím-ctiAft,/., the leading clergy ; gs., 1552. 
Pfiím-eotAc, m., a distinguished philosopher ; gpl., 2839. 
P|tíom-cA|iA, m., a bosom friend ; ds. 867 ; #p£, 2813. 
Pftíom-cóm4fif\á, m., near neighbour ; dph, p|iíom-cómA|ifAin, 2794 

2811. 
Pftíom-ptjit,/., first or best blood ; ds., 2268. 
Pjiíom-tói-oeAc^?) ; nsm., 2020. 

Pftíom-ftúnAi-óe, m., a secret friend or adviser ; ns., 2795. 
Pftíom-rcoc, /., the original flower or sprout ; ds., 1747. 
Pftíom-ftiocc, m., an originalrace or stock ; dpl., 1083 ; apl., 1101. 
Pfuonnr a, m., a prince ; gs., 1751 ; npl., 2531 ; #p£., 3068. 
Pfuortac, having saliva dropping from the mouth ; ns., 2807. 
púcA, m., an unsightly person ; ns., 1766. - 
pú-ÓAft, ??i., loss, injury ; efo., 648, 2204. 
pú'OAfitAc, m., an offensive term for an old man, an awkward clownish 

person ; ns., 1766, 1827. 
pthcín, m., a hood or veil ; ds., ^An p., openly, 595. 
ptnmp, /., pride, ostentation ; ds., 2000, 2241. 
ptnnr, punch ; as., 426. 
púnnc, m., á point ; ds., 2133 ; as., 2776 ; dpl., 50, 1750 ; a^., 

1725. 
púnncAC, precise, exact; ns. (ponncAc), 710. 
púnnc, m., a pound ; ds., 1905. 
pur <\c, having prominent lips ; ns., 2807. 



ílÁb^ifte, m., a strong man ; ns., 1533. 

TlAbAiftne, /., liberality ; ds., 1641 ; as. 9 1824« 

UAbAiftneAc, lavish ; ns., 1473. 

Uaca, m., a rake (agricultural implement) ; as., 1491. 

RdCAifte, m., a lying babbler ; ns., 1852. 



186 poctóip. 

nAcAifteAcr, /., sport, pastime ; ns., 429, 772, 1290 3015. 

nAÓAm, we will go ; 1 pl. f. of *oo-|ti5im, I reach, 1472 

UÁ-ó, a saying; ds., 2849; as., 2839; npl., 194, 251, 470; dpl., 452, 

2387, 2618 (jtÁ-ócAib; 
nÁ-ÓAim, I say ; 1 s. pr., \\\.\ 
riA-OAim, I give freely ; 1 s. pf., 23S2 ; 2424. 
n<vÓAifife, /., abundance ; ds., 98. 
nÁftA, m., an unconsidered saying ; ds., 1802. 
nÁf Iac, fond of spreading rumours ; ns., 1852. 
íl<\5Ai|ine, m., the keeping of late hours ; ns., 1630; late hours, gs., 

1887. 
nÁib, /., a scion, a young man ; ns., 197 ; <2s., 1633 ; gpl., 2226. 
UÁ13,/., pursuit; ds., 857, 2076. 
nÁn,/, a spade ; ds. 9 1449, 1453, 1456, 1520. 
nÁn^A, 3 s. pf. of *oo-jii5im, I come, reach, 2844, 
TlAn^Ac, shrivelled, wrinkled ; 7is., 2808. 
tlAnn,/, a stanza ; ds., 1551 ; apl., 57 ; ápí., 714. 
tlAot, m., sixpence ; as., 1454, 1470. 
nÁpAifte, m., a rapier ; npL, 1507. 
nÁf, m., a race, a tribe ; 725., 326; ds., 1006, 1117, 1640; as., 291 ; a 

race on horseback, 71 s., 2266. 
nAfií|t, m., a razor ; apl., 1508. 
nÁÚA, m., custom, regulation ; «5., jieAcc ip fÁCAi-óe, laws and cus- 

toms, 859. 
né-AbAT) (1), m., act of tearing asunder, deinolishing ; ds., 1203. 
néAbA-ó (2), 7n., spoliation ; as., 1284. 
néAb-Aim, I destroy, demolish ; 3 s. /., 859. 
neAcc, m., a custom, a law ; apl., 505. 
neAccmAjt, according to custom ; 7is., 2644. 
né-Atc,/., a star, a fair lady ; vs., 2428. 
néAtcAC, starry ; ds., 111. 

néAtc--óeA|tc, ?>i., a star-bright eye ; ds., 1018, 2041 ; cfy>/., 2333. 
neAmAjt, round, plump ; ds., 1018. 

neAmA|t-poc, 7n., a fat buck ; a term for an Englishman ; gpL, 427. 
neAmAjt-jtor-c, m., a plump eye ; 7is., 2482 ; ds., 493. 
neAm-|tÁi-óce, aforesaid ; gs., 2792, 2816 ; ds., 2784. 
neAÚAC, given to racing ; 199. 
néice, m., a rake ; 7is., 664 ; gs., 1578 ; ds., jiéic, 2812 ; gpl. 

jtéiceAnnA, 1887. 
néicf, 7Yi., a king; ns. 9 1420, 3082, 3150; gs., 332; ds., 2889; o*., 926 : 

gpl., tiéACfA, 674, t*éicf, 910, fétcf, 2268, 1111. 



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Uéicr-ftnt,/., royal blood ; gs. t 675. 

Uéi-ó, free ; ns., pliant (of the hand), 631; free, noble (of persons) ; 

of the hair, 805 ; gpl., 1581 ; dpl., jtéfó, 196. 
Uéi-ó-T>tAoiteAc, loose-wisped (of the hair) ; npl., 109. 
Uéi-ó-jtAr, of a soft, bright colour (of the eyes) ; ns., 12, 2482 ; dpl., 

1048. 
Uéixnm, I agree ; 3 s. cond., 2551. 
Uéi"ó-mir neAc, m., high courage ; as., 169. 
Uéró-rcAipim, I freely shake off or scatter ; 2 s.f., 168. 
Uéró-fotAr, m., calm light ; gs., 177. 
Uéi-óci5im, I clear, make smooth (of a way) ; 3 s. pf. t 176, I release. 

relieve ; vn., ftéi-óreAc, 2189. 
UéitueAó, star-like ; ns., 2482. 
UéitreAnn, /., a star, a term for a fair lady ; ns., 399, 651, 818, 1419, 

1886, 2128, 2294 ; gs., 115 ; ds., 1070, 2056, 2348, 2375 ; as. } 362, 

611, 1052, 2498 ; dpl., 135. 
Uéim, /., a course ; ds., 187; sway, authority, ds., 610, 689, 769, 

918, 930, 1081, 1108, 1137, 1143 ; power, gs„ 2355 ; ds., 1453, 

1952, 2062, 2308, 2406, 2505, 2834 2849 (a period), 3082, 3089 

3138, 3148 ; as., 458, 643 (courage), 698, 819, 1544, 2446. 
Uéim-bjtirce, of shattered powers ; ds., 155. 
Uéim-ceArx, of just sway ; ns., 2125. 

Uéim-cion, m., a career of affection, a sway of love ; ds., 144. 
Uéim--óíjteAc, of just sway ; ns. , 2021, 2643. 
UéimeAf, m., the reign of a king, a dynasty ; ns., 832; sway, 

authority, ds., tiéimAr, 41, 1726, 1755 ; as., 158, 2302. 
Uéifi, rn. } judgment ; ds., *oo péip, according to ; x>o ttéijt mA|t, ac- 

cording as ; -oÁ ftéift T m > accordingly, 2555. 
UiA5Ait-citithAf, m., a straight verge or edge (of a spade) ; dph, rófic 

r tAtue bío-ó te-dctnjte 'ha ftiAÍ;Ait-citimArAib : let a choicé 

welt be embedded in its (the spade's) straight edges or sides, 

1441. 
UiAn, m., a sign; ds., 1439, 1522. 
UiAnAc, well-disposed ; ns., 2125. 
Uiajiac, provident, generous ; vs. , 2928. 
UiAfiAim, I provide for^ attend on ; vn., 1738 ; I rule, command, vn., 

1350. 
Uíg-beAn, /., a queen among women ; as., 1422. 
UÍ5--peA|t, m., a man of princely generosity ; gs., 1642. 
UÍ5-i;Ar, m., a royal scion ; ds., 846. 
Uís-stéAfUA, in perfect preparation ; adv., 50 ji., 1477. 



188 poctóip. 

tti£in, tough apl., 2758. 

111511 e-Af, m., delay ; ds., 792. 

ttít, a reel-dance ; ds., 2925. 

ttitteÁn, m., a riddle ; (/s., 1719. 

ttmch, m., a wrench ; as., 1497. 

ttmn (1), sharp (of the eye) ; ns., 2482 ; ds., 233. 

tlmn (2), /., edge, point ; as., 1488. 

Uinnce, m., a dance ; ns., ji. y at>a, 326, 1219 ; dancing, ??.<*., 3011. 

ttmnceAó, given to dancing ; ns., 199. 

ttmn-jiorc, m., a piercing eye ; gpl., 897. 

ttmn-r-cfiosAtAc, sharp-throated (perhaps t t1 5 1T, *f c t , *i tough- 

throated) ; ns., 2808. 
ttíob (|tiAb), /., a lark, a fair lady ; ns., 1097 ; tfs., 289 (fiíb), 2254. 
ttiocc, m., shape, form ; dpl., 2535. 
ttíoJAcc, /., a kingdom; gpl., J1Í05ACCA, 1129. 
ttíoj-bimj, m., royal mansion ; ds., 1103. 
ttíoj-bjiuinneAtt,/., aroval maiden ; ns., 901. 
tti'05-cú, /., a great hound ; npl., 3106. 

ttío5-cúi5eA"ó, m., a royal province ; ds., -ftío^-cóijeAX), 2847. 
tti'05-r/tAic, m., a royal prince ; gpl., 2260. 
ttíoj-teotriAn, m., a kingly hero ; gpl., 854. 
ttíomAim, I weave, compose (of a poem, etc.) ; 1 9.pf., 895, 467 ; vn., 

167, 1118, 2192, 2329 ; I set in order, explain ; 3 s. impf., 129 ; 

1 s. cond., 2230 ; vn., 140, 2351. 
ttío-fiÁ, m,, high festival, carouse ; ns., 1246. 
ttic, /., acourse, anuining ; ds. f 1 jnc ha cthj gcóijeA-ó, throughout 

the five provinces ; as., 2i>47 ; dpl., 617, jieACAiiiiAib, 1023. 
tticim, I run, a/n in motion ; 1 8. pf. ; ri?., 3005. 
ttó-bfteÁ5, very fine ; ns., 1478, 2947, 2957. 
ttoc, m., an air-bubble ; npl.. 1443. 
R.ó-cfiuAi'ó, very pressing ; ns., 2575. 
ttó-x>eACAiji, very difficult ; ns., 2398. 
ttó-x>eAf, verypretty; as., 1491 j; npl., 2587. 
ttógAijie, m., a rogue ; as., 1224. 
ttó-Jté, very clear ; ns., 631. 
ttoime (?) bA ftoime teAc gAc -oeoji (tíc O'Dahv's printed version, we 

have not seen the piece in MS.), 1698. 
ttomnim, I divide, distribute ; vn., r-omnc, 2980 ; I share, 3. pl. pr., 

1628. 
ttóircín, /., a gridiron ; as., 1505. 
ttoic,/., a wheel ; apl., 1504. 



£oclói^. 189 

nomAfi, m., digging; ds., 88; as., 1436. 

nó-nio-ÓAtriAit, very elegant ; as., 953. 

nó-mórt, very great ; ns., 891 ; adv., 50 |t., 964. 

nó-néACA, very elegant ; ns., 1493, 1532. 

nór-béAt, m., a rose-like mouth ; ns., fiór-beot, 961. 

nó-fe-Afic,/., great love ; ds., 890. 

nó-tAicneAthAc, very pleasing ; ns., 1442. 

nó-tiseAfinAmAit, very lordly; ns., 2644. 

nó-tfiéAn, very strong ; ns., 773. 

n«A-ó, of a bay colour ; npl., 2629. 

ntiA^Aijir, /., route, expulsion ; ns. 9 1733. 

nuAÚAji, m., rout; gs., 1270. 

nmbe, m., a hair ; ds., 14, 2477. 
>m£'n*iir, /., the letter jt ; ^s., 2371. 
fil^ nún-ójtoi-óe, m., a bosom friend ; ns., 3068. 
• núnmAji, mvsterious ; ns., 2644. 

núnuAc (1) gaping(?) ; ns., 2892. 

núncAc (2) given to mysteries or secrets ; ns., 2807. 

núrcAim, I rout, make an onslaught on ; 1 5. cond., 927 ; vn., 920. 

SÁ*ó, m., a saw ; ns., 1514. 

SAi^eAT),/., an arrow ; gpl, 1049 ; dpl, 3126. 

SAitt,/., fat ; gs., (as adj.), 1810 ; as., 1427. 

SAitm,/., a psalm ; gpl., 3080 ; ds., rAitm, 1908 ; as„ 2221. 

SÁ1Ú, vile, despicable ; ds., 2814. 

SÁt,/., the heel ; ds., 368, 955, 973, 2774. 

SAtAigte, dirty ; sup., r^tAiste, 2753. 

SAtm-|iÁix)ceAc, psalm-reciting ; ds., 1738. 

SAtmAc, psalm-singing ; 50 |\, adv., 82. 

SÁm, pleasant ; ns., 2227. 

SAmAit, like ; ns., 627. 

SAmAm,/, November ; ds., 3093. 

SAmAi^te, m., a churl ; #s., 352 ; apl, 3094. 

SAmAUi5im, I dream of, I imagine ; 1 s. pr., 3094. 

SÁm-ctuiiu, /., a pleasant harp ; ns., 195. 

SÁm -óeAiic, m., a pleasant eye ; ds. t 962. 

SÁm-gtic, pleasant and prudent ; ns., 2832. 

SAmttA-ó, m., suramer ; gs., (as acíj.), 3030. 

SÁm-fiorc, m., a pleasant eye ; ds., 233. 

SÁm-toit, /., benign will ; gs t , 304 ; ds. 837. 

SAot)Ax>, m., folly ; ds., 2130. 



190 /poctóiti. 

SAob-cime, m., a foolish captive ; ds., 155. 

Sao§A"o, /., a dart (vid. f AigeA-ó) ; ns., 2374 ; apl., f ao^a-oa, 2-358. 

SAOJAT)Aim, I penetrate like a dart ; 3 pl. pf. ps., 2458. 

SA05A"o-mitteA-ó, m., destruction by arrows ; ds. t 112. 

SaojaIcacc, /., means of living ; ds., 1756. 

SAOiffe, /., freedom ; ds., 770 ; as., 819. 

SAoiftfeAc, fond of libertv , adv., 50 f ., 2306. 

SAOifcéAt (foifcéAt), m., the gospel ; gpl., f AoifcéAtcA, 1707. 

SAOifceAniAit, philosophical ; ds,, 2648. 

SAOf (1), m., a mason ; gpl., fAOf a, 1491. 

SAOf (2), free, with aji , free from ; ns., 2410 ; adv., 1965. 

Saoji -bite. m., a noble scion ; ds. } 416. 

Saoji -ceAT>, m., free permission ; ds., 2064, 2359. 

SAOfi-cifue, m., noble treasure ; ds., 151. 

SAOf ctnfte,/., a free stream ; as., 163. 

SAOf-ÓA, noble ; ns., 1618, 2315, 2832 ; dpl., 2363. 

SAOfÓAcu, /. , nobilitv, freedom ; ns., 2332. 

SAOf --ótijeAT), m., a free law ; ds., 850. 

SAOf-ftAiú. m., a noble chieftain ; ds., 2711 ; gpL, 1S55. 

SAOf-jeAn, m., free affection ; as., 2424. 

SAOf-jtAti, purely noble ; as. 9 1041. 

SAOf-tAcc, m., noble milk (of the breasts) ; as., 2107. 

SAOf-mion, free and in small rows (of tlie teeth)\ ns., 2481. 

SAOf -oitue, nobly learned (of language) ; ns., 117. 

SAOf-omeAc, m., noble hospitality ; gs. (as adj.), 106. 

SAOf-feAtb. /., free possession ; <h., 178. 

SAOf-ptim, I shed f reely ; vn., 1072. 

SAOf-ftiocu, m., a noble race or progenv ; g$, t 72. 

SAOf -f pf eA^Aim, I freely excite (strings to music) ; vn., 2339. 

SAOf-fjtut, m., a free stream ; ns., 2110. 

SAOf -f UÁ1-0, /., free state : ns., 354. 

SAotfAc, diligent ; ns., 1886 ; gpL, 2779. 

SÁf -bmn, very melodious ; 50 f ., 1025. 

SÁf-cf umn, very accurate ; adi\, 30 f., 1055. 

SÁf-cftnu, /., a renowned or great harp ; ns., 252. 

SÁf --oíon, m., strong protection ; gs. (as adj.), 845. 

SÁf -f eAf , m., a goodly man ; as., 1627. 

SÁf-fiof, m., full certain knowledge ; ns., 1838. 

SÁft-tAg, very weak ; ns., 2834. 

SÁf-fcot, m., true race ; ?is., 1145. 

SÁft -fnui^ue, well-cut, comely ; ns., 236. 



t?octóip. 191 

SÁp uifjrni, 1 satisfy ; 2 s. imper.,, 829. 

SÁrcA (lit. % contented), prosperous ; npl., 1282 ; pleasing, ns., 235, 
2710. 

ScAgAtn, I strain ; in pass., I am derived, I spring (with Ar) ; 3 s. 
pf. ps., 673, 2285 ; pp. (with Ar), 2883. 

ScAis-piActAc, having the teeth wide apart ; ns., 2809. 

ScÁit, /., brightness, a shade of colour ; ns., 218, 229 ; ds., 433, 959, 
3109. 

ScÁmneAó, in skeins (of the hair) ; ns., 223, 956. 

ScAtpeA-ó, m., dispersion ; ns., 1210, 1309, 1546 ; ds,, 207. 

ScAttAT>, m., scalding ; ns., 3012. 

ScAnnAim, I compose or scan ; vn., 709. 

ScAmAtt, m., a cloud, darkness ; ds., 958, 2595 ; as,, 168. 

SCAOitceAc, falling looselv (of the hair) ; ns,, 805. 

ScAoitueoiti, m., óne who unlooses or sets free ; ns., 2137. 

ScAot, m., a crowd ; ns., 2165. 

ScAftAim, I separate, separate from ; 3 s. cond., 2506; 1 s. /., 238 1 4 
2427 ; 3 s. pf., 2825 ; 1 s. f. ps., 1068. 

ScAjitÁit,/., a thicket of briars ; as., 2,54. 

ScAnxAtm, I shout ; 3 s. pf., 831. 

ScÁt, m., shelter, protection ; ds., 1081 ; fear (which implies the need 

of protection), ds., 460. 
Scaca, m., a troop, a company ; ns., 2166 ; ds., 1587 ; as., 448. 
ScéAt-T>ÁnuAc, of poetic tales ; gpl., 2649. 
ScéAtAtm, I recount ; 1 s. /., 2558. 
ScéAtcA, gpl. of rcéAt, 2077. 
ScéAtuijim, I announce ; 3 s. pf. ps., 187. 
Scéim-c|int, m., beauty of appearance ; ds., 2305 ; as. (in loose 

syntax), 2326. 
Scéim-cftutAc, of beautiful shape ; ns., 106. 
Sceimte, /., dread, a terror, rout ; ns., 1678 ; gs. t 421 ; as., 473. 
Scetnmm, I jump away ; 3 s. pf, 182. 
Scéitexvó, m., act of swarming ; ds., 3101, 3110. 
Scéitim, I pour out ; 3 pl. pf., 1854. ♦ 

SciAn,/.,, a knife ; as., 1505. 
Sci^e, /., laughter ; ds., bfnr eAnn rÁ fci^e, bursts into laughter, 

1608. 
ScigeAmAit, derisive ; adv., 50 r., 1608. 
Sci 5 1 5F e > m '> a moc ker ; ns., 2860. 

Scím, m., a íine covering, a fairy mist ; ds., 1415 ; a film of sleep, ;is.;, 
207 ; a doze, a vision, ds., 2077. 



192 poctóijA. 

Scíojvo.Aim, I íly quickly ; 1 s. pf, fciújroAr, 684 ; 3 s. pf, 187, -±09. 

Scíú, /., rest ; gs., 1877- 

Scmfire,/., a scourge, an instrument of attack ; ds., 2970 ; as., 1436, 
1520, 1934, 2610. 

Sctéip, /., joy, pleasure, pastime ; ns., 328 ; gs. } 169 ; ds., 924, 1265, 
1450, 1472, 2000 ; as., 42. 

SctéipeAÓ, pleasant, mirthful ; ns., 2422 ; adv., 1608. 

Scóip, /"., room, freedom, stretch ; ns., 1440; ds., 182; as., 2273. 

ScótAim, 1 scald ; 1 s. cond., 1871. 

Scotb, m., a splinter, a spar ; npl., 1443. 

ScóUa, scalded ; ns., 2809 ; eZs., 2889. 

SconnrA, m., a drain ; ds., 3C21. 

ScópmAfi, long-reaching ; adv., 50 r., 928. 

Scóji, m., a score, a marking of debts ; ds., aji rcón, for time. 1597. 

Sc|iéAcAim, I scream ; 3 s. pf., 831. 

Scjieu-oós, /., a sort of screw ; ns., 1513. 

Scjieu-pm, m., a screw-pin ; as., 1500. 

Scfiíob, /., career, progress ; ds., 1128. 

ScftíobAim, I write, draw, design ; 3 s. tfng/*., 730 ; 3 s.f, S93 ; 3 f. 
pr. ps., 900. 

Scfitor, m., destruction, plunder ; ns., 3078, 'SObú. 

Scjtiof Aim, I rob ; 1 s. pr. ps., 2655. 

ScfuorcA, plundered, laid bare ; ns., 1S57 ; BGraped, />.?., 2809. 

ScftogAl, m., the throat ; ns., 2894. 

Scfiúx>Aim, I iuvestigate, exaniine ; 3 8. impf. t 1725, 2140; 3j>/.j>>\. 
WL.cJfí' 1750 ; vn., 1554. 
UXÁ* 1 Scfúile, m., an old or awkwanl man ; ??s., 2760. 

ScuAbAC, in sweeping masses (of the hair) ; adc, 50 f\, 367, 2233. 

ScuAbAim, I snatch away ; 3 s. jrf. ps., 508. 

SeAOAé, m., a hawk,.a champion ; ns., 301, 1610, 2029; cs., 1746; 

gpl., 206, 245, 529 ; dpl., reAOAic, 1776. 
SeAcmAttAé, m., a wandercr ; ns., 517. 
SeAcniAtl, m., waywardness ; ds., 1579. 
SeAcutmnn,/., a week ; ds^ óti r. 30 céite, from one week to another. 

1590. 
SéAT)mAji, rich in ornaments ; ad., 50 f ., 2306, 3081. 
SéAtA, m., a seal ; ds., 2775. 

SeAtAT), m., a space of time ; acc. tcmp., 1549, 1094, 2492. 
SeAlbuijnu, I possess ; 3 s. pf, 997 ; 3 pl pf., 412, 1060. 
SeAn (1), old ; gs. (used as noun), pessim in poem 28. 
SeAn (2), m. } the aged ; ds , 1843, 1865. 



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SeAnA-ó, m., denial ; ds., 2220, 2265, 3135. 

SéAnAim, I deny ; vn., 1600 ; I shun, forsake ; 3 5. pf., 353. 

SeAn(A)-fuoc, m., ancient race, or stock ; gpl. 1006. 

SeAn(A)-tAfic, m., ancient thirst; ns., 1471; (cf. " old custom" in 

" As You Like It "). 
SeAnÓAf, m., history ; gs., 337, 2672 ; ds., 1750 
SeAn-óftit, m., withered body ; as., 1940. 
SeAn-T>fAoi, m., an ancient druid ; npl, 417. 

SeAn5(A)-co|ip, m., a graceful body ; ns., 500, 635, 1039 ; ds., 966. 
Se-An5(A)-c|iut, m., a graceful shape or body ; ds., 383. 
SeAn5(A)-poc, m., a slender buck ; apl. 743. 
SeAnmAc, melodious ; adv., 30 f., 3081. 

SéAnmAf, prosperous ; as., 2299; acZy., 558, 602, 1196, 1594, 3091. 
SéAnmAf aó, happy ; as., 169. 

SeAn-új-oAf , m., an old author ; gpl., 1290 ; apl., 1286. 
SeAf b, bitter ; ns., 84, 1614 ; as., 306. 
SeAfic,/., love ; gs., feAfCA, 22. 
SeAfCAmAtt, amiable ; ns., 535, 
SeAf c-nAOi"óeAn, /., a tender maiden ; ds. f 2548. 
SeAfSAim, I grow withered ; 3 s. pf. 23, 637, 1017, 2454. 
SeAf Aim, I stand ; 2 s. imper., f eAf Aim, 1842, 2436. 
SeAfAm, m., standing ; ds., aji f. 5AfOA, standing at guard as a 

soldier, 936 ; resistance, as. } 1792 ; appearance, ns., f. cftnc, 

shape, figure. 
SeAfAtriAc, persevering, constant ; ns., 1748; staid, ns., 3031 ; en- 

during, lasting, ds., 78 ; steadfast, adv., 50 f., 3091. 
SeAfCAiji, pleasant, comfortable ; ns., 553 ; adv., 209, 601, 2306. 
SeApcAifieAcr,/., comfort ; gs, (as adj.). feAfCAifteAéc, 3046, 307C 

ds., 42. 
Sémim, I blow ; 2 s. pf, 1 530. 

Séix)ue (pp. of f éiT)im, I blow) ; exhausted, puffed out ; ns. t 307*?. 
Séim--ófieAc, of mild countenance ; ns., 2126. 
Seime (1),/, mildness ; ds., 2050. 

Séime (2), comp. of féith, softly sweet (of music) ; ns., 1£ 
Séim-fftiocAt, m., mild speech ; as., 181. 
Sétm-teACA,/., mild cheek ; ds., 2335. 
Sém, gs. of fiAn, prosperous ; as., 1277. 
Semnim,.I play music, etc. ; 3 s. pf., femm, 1527. 
Séif, /., a strain of music; ds., fétfe, 68, 2238. 
Séif-bmneAf , m., music-melody. 
SéifeAC, tuneful ; ns., 2261. 



194 poclói|\. 

Séif -^ob, m., a musical small mouth ; ns., 2338. 

SéifrheAf, musical ; adv. f 30 f., 3081. 

SéitteAÓ, m., a skeleton, a term applied to an old man • ns. 2834 

2898 ; applied to Cupid, 3128 ; gs., 1823, 2756; ds., 1887,' 2430,' 

2905. 
Setéif, m., a cellar ; as., 2752. 

Seot), /., a jewel, an ornament ; ns., 2710 ; e/s., 1397. 
Seoi-o,/., an atom, a trifle, with ncg., nothing ; as. 1686. 
Seot, m., a sail ; ds., Af f., in graceful motion, 542, 560, 588. 
SeotAim, I sail into, I land ; 3 s. pf, x>o f eot fé uífi, he landed, 

2960. 
SiAnfAÓ, harmonious ; ns., 2127. 

SÍ-ó-beAn, /., a fairy woman ; ns., 892, 1183 ; as., 2034. 
Sí*ó-bf au, m., a fairy covering ; as., 2612. 
Sí-ó-tiof, /., a fairy fort ; ns., 2070. 
SíteAó, cansing to blink, eye-closing (?) adv. t 50 f., 209. 
SiteAT), m., the distilled essence ; ns. t 1812. 
Sítim, I expect ; 3 s.pf., 3132. 

Situe, fashioned, formed (fitim, I drop) ; ns. f 2858. 
Simtiéró, m., a chimney ; ds., 2752. 
Sm^it, wretched, unheeded ; ns., 530, 1605, 1754: as. t 124,8; ac/y., 

99, 824. 
Sínim, I reach, arrive ; 3 s. pf, 2794 ; I orosa over from, 3 pl. pj , 

2268 ; I stretch, slay, 3 s. pf, 2492. 
Sioc, m., frost ; ds., 1931. 
Síot)A, m., silk ; <js. (as oá?.), 2604. 
Síox)-bfuiniieAtt, /., a fairv maiden ; ns , 877. 
Sío-ó-cftJir, /., a fairy harp ; (/*.. 886« 
SíotcAim, I come, pass over ; 3 9. pf, 166S. 
SiottAife, m. (fiottA-ó, striking, smiting), a smiter ; ris., 535, 3125 

(of Cupid). P. O'C. gives the further meanings: a dexterous 

harper, a good singer. 
^ Síotfui^im, I springfrom ; 3 8. p/., 1979, 2302 ; 3pl. pf. t 1083. 
SionnAé, m., a fox ; npl.; 3106 ; apl., 2251. 
Síof, constant ; adv., -oo f ., 310, 2215 (without "oo). 
Sío}t-cAiiuAm,/, act of constant chanting ; ds., 876. 
Síof-cAf ua-ó, m., act of completely overthrowing or casting aside ; 

ds., 934. 
Síof-cuAfOAc, constantl} 7 searching or roaming about ; ns., 2808. 
Síof-cuif im, I put completely or continually ; vn., A5 f. tAOc -oÁ 

■orf eoif, completelv or continually destroying warriors, 1375. 



poctóiji. 195 

SiO|i--óeA|ibAitn, I constantly swear ; vn., 2812. r . . 

Síoji-fcot, m., a genuine flower, a true offspring ; ns. 9 2181 ; a fine 

top or edge ; ds., 1488. 
Síof-ptim, I constantly shed tears ; vn. 9 906. 
Síof, adv., down ; 2747, 2988. 
StorcAróue, neat; gpl., 2093; adv., 50 f., 2229. 
SiOftnA (1), act of contending; ds. 9 496. 
SioftnA (2) m., a contest ; gs., 848 ; ds., 800. 

Síoúaó, peaceful, calm ; ns., 553, 2227, 3031 ; adv. 9 50 f., 144, 1043. 
SíotéÁnuA, peaceful ; ns., 2021. 
Síf-cjnt, /., constant trembling ; ds., 732. 
Síf -teothdn, m., a true hero ; ns., 1527. 
Sít, /., an attempt ; as., 2073. 
SíteAc-pÁtfiu, /., peaceful alliance ; ds., 1727. 

SittbAt, m., act of progressing; ps., A|i f., in progress, going on, 3011. 
Subt-Ac, m., a traveller ; gpl., 2251; ad[;., wandering, ns., 2808, 

2870. 
SiubtAtm, I walk ; 2 5. imper. 2752. 
Siucdif e, m., sugar ; gs., 3015. 
S"La"oac, given to stealing ; adv., 50 f., 1565. 
StA-OAtf e, m., a plunderer ; ns., 2864. 
StÁmue, /., health ; as., 332. 
StÁn, m., hail, a term of salutation ; ns , 1642. 
StAOOAim, I flow in loose masses (of the hair) ; vn., 620, 2233. 
StACOA-ó, m., act of flowing in loose layers ; ds., 1032. 
St-AO-o-cf it, /., in a trembling layer (of the hair) ; ds., 110 
St-AU, /., a rod, a welt, a rib (of a spade) ; gs., 1441. 
St-dbft-d. m., a chain ; as., 1487. 
Stdcu, m., good condition, finishing, order, beauty ; gs.,, 1480 ; ds., 

2154. 
StA'OAróe, m., a robber ; ns„ 2212. 

StA*OAtm, I steal ; 2 s. pf.,-oo ftd'o fmn, who stole my heart, 2556. 
StédcuxMtn, I bow in reverence ; 1 s. pr., 811 ; 3 s.pf., 25, 3049. 
Ste-Ag,/., a spear ; as., 1352. 
SteA^Án, m., a turf spade ; as., 1490. 
Sttbif e, m., a tall gaunt man ; ns., 2871. 
St15te.dc, wayward or designing ; adv., 50 f ., 1563 
Stím, graceful ; ns., 2472. 
Stím-bAfc, m., a gracef ul ship ; gpl., 723. 
Sttnn,/, slate ; ns., 2631. 
StípeAc, sharp ; 50 f., 258. 



196 Foctóip. 

Stój .1. fttiAg, m., a company; ns. } 1217; gpl., 2293, 2307; dpl. . 

1173, 1245. 
StojAif e, m., a swallower ; #s., 2896. 
Stoinne,/., a fainily name, a surname ; ns., 2373. 
StuAÍ;, vid. ftój. 

StuAsmAf, abounding in hosts ; npl., 1140. 
SttiAfAT), /., a shovel ; as., 1490. 
SmAccuijim, I chastise, subdue ; 3 s. pf, 1967, 2692 
SmÁit, /., grief, vexation ; ns., 1899, 1911. 
SmÁitceAÓ, (?) perhaps = fmAitceAÓ ; dsm., 1849; from fmAitc, a 

stroke, or fmÁiteAé, vid. fmÁit. 
3mAt, m., filth ; gs., 356 ; gs. (as adj.), 1920, 2851. 
SmeAfÚAcu, /., greasiness ; ns., 2891. 
Sméifte, m. and/, a clownish person ; ns., 2005, 2851 ; gs., 352, 1069, 

2838 ; ds., 423, 862 ; as., 1236. 
Smij,/., a nod, a stir ; ds., 1940. 
SmífceAc, m., a smiter ; dpl. , fmífnj, 778. 
Smót, m., the snuff of a candle, a flaw, a stain ; ds,, 1169. 2237, 2245, 

2296, 3031. 
SmótAc, /., a thrush ; gpl., 875. 

SmuAineAT) (1), m., thouglit, reflection ; gpl., 724 ; gs., 3098. - 

SmuAineA"ó (rmiiAineAm) (2), m., act of reflecting ; '/.«.. 1079. 
SmuAmim, I think, plan, determine ; 1 s. pf, 3000, 2789 ; 3 8. pf. ps. 

with A5, "oo fmnAineA"ó A^Am, I resolved on, 26L 
Snunu, /., mist, defect, sorrow ; 08., 2208 ; ds., 552, 578, 924, 2164 

2520. 
SnAi-óm,/., a knot ; ds., 2990. 
SiiA-ómA-ó, m., act of uniting ; gs., 55. 
SiiAi-ómeAC, knotted ; ns., 226. 
SnAi-ómi^te (pp., of pnArómim, I knot, tíe), knotted (of the hair) ; 

ns., 957. 
SnAi-ómim,Ibind, unite, unite (with) ; 3 s. pr. imper., 1622 ; 3 9. />/., 
150 ; 1 s. pr. ps. opt., 2509 ; 3 pl. pr. ps., 294 ; 3 s. pf. ps., 676, 
1778, 1831 ; 3 pl. pf. ps., 465. 
SnÁit, /., thread ; as., 2079. 

SnÁm, m., act of swimming ; ds., 2958 ; as., 2600. 
SiiAf ca, neat ; adv., 30 f ., 3035. 
SnÁÚA'o, /., a needle ; as., 1501. 
SneAcuAmAit, snow-white ; ns., 379, 2540. 
Sm^im, I wring the hands, &c; vn., 2036, 2177. 
Sníom, vi., act of spinning ; ds., 2490. 



Fdclóifi. 197 

SníomtA, united (with te) ; ns., 2005. 

Snó"ó .1. fnuA"ó, m., countenance ; ns., 3115. 

Snó-ÓAmAit, well-featured ; ns., 2243. 

SnuA-ócAjt, m., progenv ; gpl, 2630. 

SnuAT)--ópeAc, m., expression of countenance ; ns., 478. 

Snu«.\-ó-T)ub, of black complexion ; ns., 2868. 

SnuA-ó-JeAl, of bright countenance ; as., 803. 

SnuA-ó-^tAn, of pure countenance ; ??.?., 1156, 2286. 

Snuijim, I cut, lacerate ; 1 s.f., 2908; I diminish, reduce: vn... 2453. 

Snui^ue (from pitnjim), delicatelv cut, finelv wrought, neat, coinelv ; 

ns., 331, 2342 ; ds., 2240 ; adc, 50 f ., 2328, 3035. 
So-beAf ac, polite ; ds., 2648. 
Socjiac, rich, prolific ; ds.. 2648 ; gpl., 2779. 
S03, m., good cheer ; pleasure, gs. (as adj.\ 850 ; as., 1702. 
SóJACAf, m., pleasure ; ds., 915. 

Só£AmAit, delicious, pleasant : ns., 972. 1418 ; ds., 1333. 
Soitb, pleasant, agreeable ; adv., 30 r., 2306. 
Soitbi|i, pleasant ; ns., 2021. 
SoittfeAC, brilliant ; ns., 2317. 
Soiji, adv., eastwards ; 2743. 
SoifcéAt, ???., the gospel ; gs., 86. 
SoiteArh, quiet, calm ; ns., 2130. 
Soía^úac (?) an uncomplimentarv epithet for an old man ; ns., 

2898. 
SotAf, m., light ; gs., 1349, 2128. 
SotAf -bf iAtf ac, of luminous speech ; ds., 2649. 
SonA-óú,/., a prosperous hound, a chieftain ; gpl.. 342. 
SonAf, m., good fortune ; 7? s.. 2900. 
Sonnf a-óaó, especíal ; adv., 30 f ., 2651. 
Sóf-o, m., a sword ; as., 3127. 

Sóf u, m., a selection, a choice specimen ; dpl., 2959. 
So-f Ái-óue, easilv stuck in the ground (of a spade) ; ds. t 1521. 
So-úui^f ionA, intelligent, or easilv understood ; ns., 2643. 
SpAT>Aif e, m., a dullard ; ns., 2878. 
SpÁf, m., aperiod of time : ds., 213, 261, 289, 311, 832, 1359; as., 

985 {ac. temp.), 2088 ; a reprieve, ds., 2026. 
SpAf Án, ?/?., a purse ; ns., 2919, 2923, 2983 ; gs., 2930. 
SpeAt, /., a scvthe ; as., 1506 ; apl., 2952. 
Spéif,/., liveliness ; ns., 2455. 

Spéif-beAn,/., a beautiful woman : ns.. 577, 1054, 1198, 1206, 2514. 
2552, 3132 ; ds., fpéif-beAn. 747 : vs., 563, 771, 2358. 



198 poctóif. 

Spéifi-b-fitnnneAtt, /•, a foir lady ; ns., 106, 3064 ; as., 1026. 

Spéifi-comneAt, /., a bright candle, mcteph., a prince ; ns., 177. 

Spéiti-tAnn,/., a bright blade (of a sword) ; dpl., 130. 

Spei|itm3, /.. storm, violence ; gs., 114 ; cZs., 607. 

Spéir, /., heed, care ; as., 1833; fear, ds., 773. 

Spíce,/., a spike ; as., nÁ rAiceAnn Aon rpíce, who do not see a spike, 

i.e., who see nothing, 1876. 
Spofi, m., a spur ; apl., 1495. 
Spófiu, m., pleasure, sport ; gs., 550, 1398 ; unlawful pleasure (with 

article), ds., 570. 
SpjieA^AT), m., act of urging, exciting (as in playing a musical instru- 

ment) ; ns., 730, 1959. 
SpjieA^Aim, I excite (of music) ; 3 s. pr., 2239 ; 3. s.cond., 1370 ; vn. 9 

195, 376, 1025, 1525. 
SpfiedSAifieAcc, /., urging, pressing, as of a musical instrument in 

playing ; ns., 626. 
SpjieAr, m., a worthless person ; as., 1990. 
Spjnnj, m., a spring (of a coach) ; apl., 1504. 
SpjHonn-tA^, weak and miserly (rpjuonntAi^úe, miserlv) ; ns., 

2878. 
SfiAoitte, m., an awkward, clownish pereon, a dolt ; d*., 1997. 
SjiAonrhAjt, enraged ; adv., 50 r., 1564« 
S|iAÚAi|te, m., a stroller ; ns., 2S08, 2870. 
S|iAtAi|teAcu, /, act of strolling ; ds , 2811. 
SiHAn,m., a bridle ; as., 1348 ; dpL, fftlAnCA, 1495. 
Sjumite, m., an awkward person ; ns., 2858. 
S|túitt,/., a stream ; as., 2892 ; dpL, r|unlln>e. 2f>35. 
SuAr, m., a stafí ; as., 1377. 
SuÁi-o-beAn,/., a steady woman ; ns., 2260, 
Sc<Mft (the a is usually marked long, but gen. pron. short), /., a hi&- 

tory, a story ; gs., 1543; ds., 1529, 1819; dpl., 40f>, 600. 
SrAijnjeAcr, /, story-telling, harangue ; ds., 2550. 
SuÁn (1), m., tin ; ds., 2949. 
ScÁn (2), vid. fCAonAim. 
Scaoua'Ó, m., yielding, flinching ; ds., 1591, 2131, 2188 ; bending, ds., 

2420. 
ScAonAim, I yield (to) ; 3 5. cond., 2301, 2465 ; 3 s. p/., rrÁn, 841 ; 3, 

pl. pf., 1141, I refrain from (ó) ; 2 s. imper., rcÁu, 267. 
ScÁu, m., an estate ; gpL, r cáic, 1012 
SCAÍ-Aim (fcotAim), I tear ; «?n., 2037 
Sn'05, m., an effort, a fit ; ds., 1694. 



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Scioftóip, /, a stirrup ; as., 1496. 

SciúfiAc, steering ; apl., fdúfiAÓ (perhaps gs. of fouifi), 632. 

Saúfi-bAfic, m., a steering ship ; #p£., 604. 

Sciuifi,/., a rudder, a term applied to a spade ; as., 1437. 

Sciuifii5im direct ; 3 s. pf. ps., 564. 

Scoca-ó, u., a stocking; ds., 1936 ; ?ip£., 1901. 

ScotUim, I tear ; 2 s. imper., 2067 ; 1 s. f., 1916 ; 3 s. /., 2762 ; 3 s, 

pr. ps., opt., 1944. 
Scfi-Ae (1), a wanderer ; ds., 661 ; as., 2903. 
ScfiAe (2), m., wandering ; #s. (as adj.), 53, 517, 1107, 2912 ; ds., 866, 

894. 
ScfiAetie, m., a wanderer ; ds., 1863, 2627, 2841 ; dpl., 2619. 
ScfiAefieAcc, /., act of wandering ; ds., 1831. 

ScfiAoite, m., a lazy churl ; ns., 1847 ; cfo, 2627, 2909 ; dpl., 2619. 
ScfiiApAc, /., a harlot ; ns., 1130. 
ScfiíocAim, I yield, submit ; 3 s. cond., 738 ; I desist from (with *oo), 

Zpl.f., 1128. 
ScfiíocA-ó, m., act of yielding, submitting ; as., 2617. 
Scfióic (.1. fCftACA-ó), m., act of téaring ; ds., 1693. 
ScuAifie, /., a maiden ; ws., 482, 1732, 2286. 
ScuArrmA, modest, ingenuous ; ns., 403, 492, 2126, 2234, 2563. 
Sua-ó, m., a seer, a poet ; npí., 337, 1882 ; gpl., 2224, 2287, 2778 ; apl., 

2910 ; vpl., 2652. 
SuA*ó-oitce, learned according to bardic lore (of verse, etc), ns., 

1758. 
SuAe, m., sway ; as., 1536. 
SuAific-r> eAfi, m., a pleasant man ; gpl., 2262. 
SuAific-ffiiocAt, m., apleasant saying ; 7is., 1758, 
SuAimne-Ac, tranquil ; 2126, 2235. 
SubAÓAf, vid., fuJACAf, m., pleasure ; ds., 610. 
Sújac, pleasant, merry ; ns., 1999, 3031 ; ds 10 ; as', 2299 ; vs., 

2927 ; adv., 7*0, 90. 
Súja*ó, m., act of sucking ; ds., 586. 
SúsfiA-ó, m., act of playing, sporting ; ds., 1912. 
SugACAf, m., pleasure ; ds., 2882. 

Stn*óe, m., act of sitting up, as opposed to lying in bed ; ds., 3008. 
Sm*óim, I sit down, settle down ; 3 s. pr., 1774; 3 s. cond., 1644, 

2713 ; Spl. cond., 1656 ; 3 s. pf. ps., 113 ; vn., 2333. 
Sui*óce, staid, settled ; super., 490 ; well versed in, ns., 1748 ; placed, 

fixed, ns., 381 ; npl., 2041, 2332, 2358 ; neat, 3034, 3047. 
SuigeAm, m , condition, meaning ; gpl., 467. : J 



200 £octóift. 

Súit-bfieAc, having spotted eyes ; ns. } 2870. 

Svnmne-Ac, m., a gross ungainly man ; (rtnm, large, huge,) ns. } 2870. 

SvnfibéxVM, m., a surveyor ; gs. } 1487. 

Súifín, m., a rug ; ds. } 2995. 

Stnrue, m., a flail, alash ; dpl., 2702. 

Sutc, m., pleasure ; ns. } 2332 ; gs. (as oc^".), 1716, 1922, 30S0 ; ds. } 

1732, 1899. 
SutcmAji, pleasant ; ns ., 2231, 2643 ; adv. } 50 j\, 1196. 
Suúac (?) acfo;., 50 f., 1565. 

Cadacuac, substantial ; ns. } 2832. 

CAbaifine, m., a tavern ; #$., 1644, 1656, 1774; ds. } 1472, 1586, 1595, 

1841. 
Caca, m., stay, support ; ns. } 1008, 1968, 1975, 1985,2146,2877; a 

pledge ; ds., 993 ; one skilled in, ?is. } caca ]\ e céicf *oo rcAnna-ó, 

one skilled in scanning or examining sentences, 709. 
CÁctAC, curled (of the hair) ; ns. } 222, 958. 
CAccAim, I choke ; vn. gs., 1767. 

€A5A]iAim, I plead ; 2 s. impcr. } 780; I refer to, vn. } 1956. 
C-Ai-óbre,/., a show ; ds. } 2937. 
CAi-óbreAc, vain ; ns. } 2810. 
CÁittiúf, m., a tailor ; c/ó\, 1501. 
CAinnce,/., a shred ; ds. } 1635. 
CÁm, /., a company (of heroes) ; njJ., 28 \. ; a fcribe (uscd in contempt) 

ns. } 945 (text c^n by mistake). 
CA1|1, come thou ; 2 s. imper. } k 2636. 

C^itibe,/., proíit, wealth, advantage ; »*., 2708 ; efa., 2380 ; as. } 1599, 
CÁijroíot, m. } visiting ; ns., 2185. 
CAijijinse, /., a nail ; as. } 1935 ; apl., 2955. 
CAifce,/., treasure, store, keeping ; ds. } 722 ; 1 -ouAirce,stored, 1040; 

as. } 1337, 1474. 
CAircim, I treasure, protect ; 3 s. /., 713. 
CAire, f., pity ; ns., 2292 ; ds., 1223, 2904 ; weakne.-s, ds., 210; resfc, 

cessation, ní CAire "oó é, he gets no rest in this matter, i.e., he 

is no exception in this case ; ns., 1874. 
CAirceAt (1), m., act of journeying ; ns., 1291; cfs., 937, 1206; fre- 

quentation ; ns., 2185. 
CAifce^t (2), m., a hackle ; npl., 1510 ; apl., 2953. 
CAifcitim, I journey ; 3 s. pf, 1977, 2501. 
CAiticeAC (prop. CAÚAice-Ac), substantial ; adv. } 50 c, 1758. 
CÁit-teabAfi, long and loose ; dpl. } 228. 



poctóifv. 201 

C-AicneAm, m., love (cAicneAth, is the every day word in Munster for 

the shining of the sun) ; gs., 2423, 3033 ; ds,, 40, 86, 116, 745, 996, 

1557, 1782, 2375, 2391, 2455,2494,2503,2557; as. t 750, 1951, 

1989, 2383, 2670 ; vs., 2436. 
CAicni5im, I am pleasing to (with te) ; 1 s. pr., 2633 ; 3 pl. pf., 3003. 
CÁicce, pp. of CÁCAim, I join together ; united, 232 ; welded together 

(of poetry), 1741 ; close up to, 216. 
CÁt, m., an adze ; as., 2953. 

CÁtAim, I pour forth (of tears) ; 1 . pr., cÁitim, 163. 
CattAC (prop. ceAttAC or ceAJtAc), m., the hearth or forge fire ; gs. 

1479. 
CÁth, m., rest, repose ; ní cÁm "oon Aon, *jc, he will not rest quiet 

who, etc., 851. 
CÁmAc, still, motionless ; 50 u., 210. 
CAUA-^ob, m., fine mouth ; gs., 375. 
CAob, /., a side ; ds., 1 "ocAOib, as regards, 2180 ; adv. acc, CAob tiom, 

beside me, 618, 2074, 2165 ; a direction, ns., 2727. 
CAobni5im, I give out ; 2 s. pf., 562, 2839, 3041, 3065. 
Caoo, m., stubbornness ; ds., 2356. 
Cacoac, stubborn ; ns., 2395. 
Caoi*o,/., the tide, the sea ; gs., 2244 ; ds., 1669. 
CAom (cAOT>m), m., a íit, a disease ; dpl., 116. 
CAonrAc (cAcómAc), given to' íits, diseased ; ns., 1071, 2835, 3075 ; 

as., 24. 
CAorcAim, I drain out ; vn., 2198 ; I pour out, vn., 2038 ; I drink> 

drink up, 1 s. cond., 2316 ; 2 pl. imper., 92. 
CAorc-fitim, I pour out ; vn. ds., 107. 
CAorc-ffiuc, m -> a fu.ll tide ; ds., 164. 
CApA (1), m., swiftness, activity ; ns. f 2456 ; gs., CApAfó, 1764 ; ds., 

CApA*ó, 24 ; as., 112, 1760. 
CApA (2), active ; ds., 1770. 
CApAmAit, active ; ns., 647. 
Ca-j-iacaih, /., an auger ; as., 1509. 
CAfib, m., a bull ; as., 2597. 

CAjtctnrne,/., an insult ; ns., 1825 ; ds., 61, 408, 1004. 
CAjtcuirneAc, insulting ; ns., 2469 ; as., 1894. 
Cdjtcuir mjim, I insult ; 2 s. imper., 667, 2010. 
CA]m5Ai-|ieAcc, /., a prophecy ; gs., cAftn^AijieAcc, 1251 ; as., 418. 
CA|in5AjiAim, I prophecy ; 3 s. pf, 691, 783, 787 ; 3 pl, pf, 76. 
CAfifiAingim, I draw, design ; pp., 3034, •o'pÁsA'ó cA^jiAm^ce, who 

used to draw (leave drawn), 967, 3034. 



202 poctóip. 

CAffAi n-$te, drawn, stretched ; npl., 1048 ; graceful, well-shaped, 

ns., 1438, 1439. 
CÁf-rpf ou, m., a contemptible tribe ; ds., 1124 ; ajoZ., 313. 
CAfc, m., thirst ; ns., 1452. 
CÁf caó, protective ; ns., 943, 2182. 
CÁf caI, m. (O'n. CAf uAit, /.), a trial ; ds., 1870. 
C^fctngim, I am wanted ; 3 s. pf, 2574. 

CAÚAc,m., strength, substance ; ns., 1613, 1892 : ds., 1437, 1952, 2863. 
CfAÚnónA, m., evening ; #s., 2822. 
CeAÓ, m., a house ; ns., cij, 1615 ; ds., reAÓ, 1841. 
CeAcr a, m.. a text, a sentence ; ns., 625 ; ?j>dY?e uéicf. 
CéAcr-f oif m, /., a sentence ; as., 128. 
CéACf-fnui-óce, with polished sentences ; ns., 117. 
CeAcu (ceAcc), m., an account, a description ; o»., 2466. 
CeAóuAif eAcc, /., a message ; ds., 685, 766. 
Cé-A-o, m., a rope ; ds ., 2904 ; ypl, 684, 741 ; a musical string ; ds., 

2525 ; npl., 2339 ; dpl., 2239. 
CeA^Afc (1), m., teaching ; ns., 1588 ; as., 1620. 
CeA^Afc (2), act of instructing ; <js., 1542, 1549. 
CeA^AfCAim, I teach ; 1 5. pr., 1553 ; 3pl.pT., 1585, 2434. 
CeAJtAc, m., thehearth ; <jpl., 1516 (where eclipsing letteris omitted 

in text). 
CeAjmui^im, I meet ; Zpl. pr. t inÁ teAjrhuijeAnn aca ftACCtnAf, -jc., 

&c, if they chance to have wealth, 1882; I happen to be, 3 s. 

pU 701. 
CeAltAif e, m., a plunderer, a mean fellow (ceAtt, pluuder) ; ns. t 

2809, 2884. 
CeAiincA, m., a press in battle, a support ; as., 1791. 
CeAfmAnn, m., refuge ; ns., 1539 ; cw., 1791. 
CéAf nArh, m,, act of approaehing ; ds., 364 ; as., 45. 
CéAjuunjim, I approach ; 3 s. pf., 1154, céAfiiA, 2836 ; vn., 2212. 
CeAf, in the south, 1837. 
CeAfc, m,, a task ; dpl., 334. 
CeAfCA-ó, m., act of lopping off ; ds., 2091. 
CeAfCAim, I cut off; 3 s. pf, 2026, 2095 ; 3 s. pr. ps., 2U7. 
CeAfCAf, m,, character, fame ; ns., 1704, 2385, 2886 ; as., 2230,2399 ; 

evidence, description ; ns., 1578, 
Cé "Oétim, Te Deum, a hymn of thanhsgiving ; ds., 83. 
Céicf, m., a text, a sentence ; as., 1954, 2115 ; npl., céicf, 2462. 
CéicfeAc, fond of aphorisms, learned ; ns., 2127 ; well-worded ; adc, 

5 o c-, 2229. 



Poclóip. 203 

Céi*o-bmne.Ar, m., string melody ; ns., 170. 

Céi"óim, I go ; 3 s. f. impers., 50 *ouéi-ó a\\ mo stóji, until my voice 

fail, 1681. 
CeirheAt, m., a cloud, a shadow, a stain or flaw ; gs., 1039 ; cZs., 495, 

883, 1199, 1708, 3013. 
Ceof <vó, /., a boundary ; gs., 1549 (where it may be a proper name). 
d'seácu, m., act of coming ; ds., 2254. 
CijeAt, m., the part of a spade out from the body that turns the 

eod ; it also means the sod or layer of digging, cf. : 

T)Á mb'eot "ovnu f om-df nÁ féi"óue.AC 
11Á r thfue a cAfxvó 1 n-Aon-coji, 

WÁ uíi;eAt x)o bAinu 50 héxvoujiom 
x\|t ÚAOib lomAifie 1 scfic. 
as., 1444. 
Ci^eAf, m., housekeeping, household ; #s., 1404, 1821. 
C1511T) (1), 1 come ; 3 s. pr., ngeAnn tiom, I can, 1800. 
Cigim (2), I commemorate ; 2 s. pr., 1184. 
Cím, spiritless ; adv., 50 u., 210. 
CimceAtt, adv., all round, 1256. 

Cim-cfiiú, /., a trembling from terror, a violent trembling ; ds., 2258. 
Cirne,/., fear, terror ; ds., 521, 814 ; pride ; ds., 434. 
CímpfieAóu, /., a band of musicians ; ns., 1775. 
CionntACAim, I accompany ; 2 s. imper., 3008. 
C1U5, thick set ; ns., 881, 1030, 2472, 2517 ; frequent, dpl., 438. 
CtÁf, m., defect, weakness ; ds., 960, 2831 ; pity, ds., 1916. 
CtÁú, weak, powerless ; ns., 1125, 2835 ; adv., 50 c, 1135. 
Ctú-ó, m., a pair of toHgs ; as., 1516. 
CnÁiúue, oppressed, tormented ; ns., 795. 
CobAfi, ra., a fountain ; 715., 2129, 2144 ; ds., 1708. 
CocAim, I uproot ; vn., 2917. 
Cocu, m., a íit of grief ; ns., 1832 ; ds., 2198.' 
Coit,/., will, a term of endearment ; vs., 1318, 1319, et seq. 
CoifmeAfc, m., hindrance, mischief ; gs., 1327 ; ds., 2675, 2693, 2773. 
Cóiffe, .1. utnffe, /., regret, weariness ; gs., 2258. 
Coifuéif eAC, proud ; ns., 2810. 

Cóif .1. uúif , beginning ; ds., 2285 ; Af -ouóif, at first, 158. 
Conn,/., a wave ; gpl., uonnA, 240, 2967. 
Cofinói ji, m., a turner ; ds., 1492. 

CóftnjeAcu, /., act of pursuing ; ds., ueof injéAcu, 904. 
CofAc m., beginning ; ds., 1452.. 



204 poctói^ 

CfiÁcr, m., journeying, act of journeying ; ns., 813 ; ds., 1Q01 ; men- 

tion, ds., gAn u. Afi CAfA"ó, without a thought of returning, 1011. 
CfiAccAim, I speak of, describe ; 1 s. pr., 2425 ; vn., 2848. 
C|iÁ3,/., the shore ; gs., 1271, 2962 
Cjiájat), m., act of draining, drawing liquid ; ds., 2993. 
CjiÁJAim, I dry up ; vn., 1073. 
CfiÁi§ue, drained out ; ns., 1893. 
CfiAOCAim, I exhaust, destroy ; 3 s. impf., 2683, 2705 ; 3 /?Z. /., 1248 ; 

3s. p/.,1365; 3j>J. pf., 3050, 3050, 3071 ; 3 *. pf. ps., 573 ; 3*../. 
ps., 3093 ; rfh s 592, 846, 1064, 1273, 2251, 3073, 3087 ; pp., 1305, 

1586. 
CfHAtAc, princely ; ns., 2022, 2127. 
CjiíttreAÓ, in loose layers (of the hair) ; ns., 223, 806, 881 ; adv., 

30 c, 1159. 
CmopAll-clúcmAti, in sheltering bunches (of the hair) ; 7is., 806. 
Cfnúc, m., adistrict ; gpl., 655, 1920 'ujuúca), 2547. 
Cfnuj; (tt|aú), m., a wretch ; ns., 1895, 2884 ; as., z\\ú. 594. 
CfnúmpA, m., a trumpet ; as., 1496. 
Cfnufi, three persons ; cjtiufi bAn, 2786. 
CtiócAijie,/., mercy ; ns., 872. 
Cfioi"oeAC, quarrelsome ; adv., 50 c, 1564. 
CficoAifie, ro. a a fighter ; ns., 2874. 
CftomÁn, m., a great weight ; m., 1 192. 
Cfiú (vid., rfiiu^), m., a wrctch ; as., 594. 
CfiuAittim, I violate, I pollute ; 3 8.pr.ps., 500. 
C|iu5-co|ip, m., a wretched body ; gs. (aa -'/'.. 2S/4. 
CfttnpeAc, abounding in troops, having nmnv rotainers ; ds., 1829 ; 

as., 2300 ; adr., 50 c, 70, 692. 
CfiúmpAc (ufiiúmpAc), having or Bounding trumpets ; 50 c, 70. 
Cfuip, m., an army, a troop ; ns., 1207; >?;>/., 394, 5s7, 1237,1248, 

1815 ; 0fpL a 425 ; apl., 2247, 2083, U|tuipionr,A, 3012. 
CfieAb,/., a race, a tribe ; ns., ufte^bA, 27 ; as., cftev\b<.\, 612 : ctpl., 

■c\\e<\b&, 74S, 
CfieAbA cmnc, m., a plough (c/., rpfté cnuic, steo cnuic, etc.) ; ds., 

1486. 
CfteAbAim, I plough, I serve, I act ; 2 s. impt r., 2nir? : ?•>?.. 63. 
CjiéAT), m., a flock ; dpl., rftéi-o, 2426, a tribe, a race, a companj <-t' 

men ; fw., 599, 847, 908 ; ds. frftéAT) and Cfiéit)), 682, 1557, 23^2. 

2770 ; as., 642. 
C]iéAT)Ac, rich in flocks ; as., 2300. 
C]iéA"0-cineAX), m., a tribe-race ; gs., 139. 



Voctóiti. 205 

CjieAtATTiAc, armoured ; ns., 524. 

Cjie^tt, m., a space of time ; acc. temp., 1744. 

CjiéAn-co-otAT), m., a heavy sleep ; ds., 360. 

Cjié^n-ctjtnAf, m., great power ; gs. (as ad!/.), 241. 

Cjiém-pe-Aji, m., a strong man ; ns., 2671. 

CfieAn-mui|i, /., the strong sea ; ds, 1191. 

CjiéAn-ftA-OAim, I greatlv plunder, or destrov ; vn., 2343. 

Cf éAn-UfteAfCAifiu, f., great destruction or overthrowing ; ns., 425. 

Cfé.An-ufiuime,/., powerful weight ; ds., 130. 

Cfié-An-uuite, /., a strong flood ; gs. (uftéAn-uuitteAT> in text), 107. 

Cfte^f, m., a battle, a battle-rank ; ds., 1829; dpl., 66, 1808, 2272, 

2493. 
CfteAfAc, abounding in battle ranks ; 50 c, 692. 
CfieAfAmAit, abounding or delighting in battle ranks, warlike ; ns., 

943; 1007. 
C|teAfCAi|iu, /., destruction, overthrow ; as., 446. 
CtieAfCA|iú^, laid prostrate (pp. of ufeAfCAfAim, I lay prostrate) 

1301, 3063, 3085, 3094. 
CfeAfCAfitAC, given to slaughter ; ds., 1829. 
CfteAfna, adv. y crosswise. 
C|te-Af -|ttiAt-AH, m., a battle-rout ; eZp£., 2246. 
C|ieAÚAn-tA5, weak-footed ; ns., 3075. 
Cfteib .1. UfieAb; ns., 61. 

C|téi"o-|iÍ5, a king of companies ; dpl., uftéro-fiste, 157. 
Cjiéi^im, I beiray ; 3 pl. pf., 1018. 
Cftéimre, m., a period of time ; ns., 695; ds., 701; acc. temp., 676, 

797, 1022, 2062. 
Cfiéin-bite, m., a strong scion or champion ; ns., 2532. 
Cftéme, /., strength ; ns., 185. 

Cf ém-peAf, m., a brave or strong man ; gs., 371 ; gpl., 44, 2689. 
Cfiém-neAftu, m., great strength ; ds., 3059. 
Cftém-ftiocu, m., a powerful progeny ; cZs., 1268, 1305. 
Cftéit, prostrate, weak ; ns., 2357. 
Cfiéite, pl., good or bad qualities ; dpl., uféite, 3112. 
Cfiéite-AÓ, accomplished, virtuous ; ns., 2832 ; ds., 1167 ; as., 1575. 
CfiéiteAmAit, accomplished ; ns., 2022. 
Cftéit-tuif f eAc, weary to exhaustion ; adv., 50 u., 103. 
Cfieo, m., way, means ; ds., im tfteo, in my way, 1317, 1324. 
C|teoif,/., strength, acti-ity ; ds., 889, 1181, 1205 ; as , 2369 ; direc- 

tion, cfo., *oo CAfAX) im tfeóifi, I met, 2914. 
CuAijtir c > /•> report ; ds., Aft a t., in search of it, 2921 



206 poctóin. 

CuAifum, /., conjecture ; ns., 2638 ; ds. } p Á t., in accordance with, 

2625. 
Cuaji, m., a night-field for cattle ; ds., 2573. 
CtJAfi^Aiti, /., slaughter ; e£s., 512, 524. 
CubAirc, /., misfortune, mischief ; ns., 1946. 
CubAirceAc, mischievous ; ns., 2874. 
Cvnse, /., straw ; gs., 2917. 
CvnsreAc, intelligent, skilled in ; ns., 2152. 

Cuigrmu, /., understanding ; </s., 2725 ; ds., 1357, 1382, 1407, 1412. 
Cvnnnre, m,, a stitch ; ds., 1663 ; as., 1692. 
Ctnfitms, /., gathering ; ns., 1814; descent, as., 1751. 
Cúijitin^im, I rest, stop from my journey ; 3 s. pf., 618. 
Cuijire, /., anguish ; as., 1325. 
Cvnr ciún, m., fourpence ; ns., 1917 ; gs., 1901, 1925, 
Cuji, dry ; adv., 30 z., 1948. 
CújtnA, m., a spinning wheel ; d%. % 1500. 
CújinAc, torturing (?) ds., 1829. 

CúftnAun, I torment to deajih ; 3 s. pf. }>s., 606 ; vn., 1926. 
CvjfifiAinn,/., a fall, a blow ; ns., 1789. 
Cúuac, uncouth ; ns., 1438, 2884. 
Cúfi-píop, /., a long throat ; ns., 2522. 

Uaccjiac, upper ; ds., 2248. 

tlAitt,/., a cry, lamentation ; r*&, 2084, 2201 ; ys., 404. 
tlAitt-juú, m., mourning voice ; ns., 2101. 
tlAim (uAim),/., metrical correspondence ; <!■<., 1 759. 
UAitueAc, in good concord (of poetry) ; adr., 50 hu., 2229. 
UAirteAóc,/., nobility ; dp?., 2304. 
s tlAttACAr, ?m., frivolity, pride ; ds., 1759. 

-J Uauac, m. and/.,lambling, a term of endearment; ve. 9 2576, 2582, 
^<yr v 2590, 2598, 2606, 2614. 

tlAfAt, noble ; gpl. (as noun), vu\irte, 2226. 

Uaú (1), m., a district ; dpl., 2787. 

Uaú (2). the letter h ; ns., 2372. 

tlAcch, a watch ; apl., uArcheAnru\, 2954. 

UAttiiAji, horrid ; ns., 2854. 

UbAtt, m,, an apple ; gs. (applied to a man), 2199 ; as., 1342 2608, 

3007. 
t1cAij\e, m., a fuller ; gpL, 1514. 
UitteAtiAc, cornered (of a hat) ; ns., 2659. 
Úift, /., the clay ; ds., 1523. 



poctóiti. 207 

thfte-Afb-ái'o, /., deficit ; ds., 1445. 

UifieArbAc, very distressed ; ns., 2717 ; adv., 30 hu., 2701. 

Utn, prep., about ; tnmpe, around her, 3123. 

UmAt, willing; ns., 1897 ; adv., 50 hu., 928, 2219, 3009. 

UrhAtAc, submissive ; ns., 616. 

UriiAit, (= iut ?), /., thought, attention ; ns., 2211. 

UtrituiJeAcr, /., humility ; ds., 2545. 

Uriitui^im, I bow down in reverence ; 1 s, pf., 436 ; I descend (on), 

3 s. impf., 577. 
Úfi, fresh ; adv., 50 hú., 3004 
Úft-bfiúi"oeAc, very beastly ; ns., 2897. 
Úft-ctí*,/., fresh bosoin ; ds., 3046. 
Úft-JAf, a noble scion ; ns., 2188. 
Úft-JfteAnn, fresh pleasure ; ds., úji-jiunn, 2512. 
ÚfttA, the hair of the head ; ds., Afi úfitA, by the hair of the heacl, 

670. 
ÚfttAip, /., a tool, a weapon ; gs., 1484, 1511. 
Úft-tit, m , fresh lily ; ds,, 623. 
Úfi-riiAC, Noble Son (of the Son of God) ; ds. } 917. 
Ú-ji-TriAif eAc, nobly beautiful, 2645. 
tJft-riiAOi'óim, I praise nobly ; vn., 596. 

tlfiftAim, /., reverence, respect ; ns., 497; ds., 820, 1794; as. f 1802, 
UfifiAT), m., a chieftain ; gs., ceAnn ufifiAi'ó, a chief ruler ; ns. } 1390. 
lifif a, /., a prop, support"; ns., 1354, 1891, 1986 ; as., 2060, 
tlftfAUCA, sustaining ; ns. f 1795. 
Uft-ftím, nobly graceful ; ns. } 2517. 



Atl ClÁtt. 



teACAnAc. 

Preface .. ... ... ... iii 

Introduction - — 

I. Eoghan Rnadh Sullivan ... ... ... vii 

II. Metiic ... ... ... ... ... xxxix 

III. The Manuscripts ... ... ... ... xlv 

AiiiuÁm eogv\m iuiai-'ó uí súille-AMm. 
I.— -vMstinsí. 

1. 1m teAbAix) Aféin ... ... ... ... 1 

2. 1 5CAot--ooijie ... ... ... ... 4 

3. fno cÁf mo caoi mo óeAfnA ... ... ... 8 

4. tno téAn te UiA"ó ... ... ... ... 12 

5. Cotf ha Siúijie ... ... ... ... ' 16 

6. Coif AbAnn i troé ... ... ... ... 18 

7. 1m AonAf peat a$ fiubAt bíof ... ... ... 20 

8. 1 SACfAtb nA féA-o ... ... ... ... 23 

9. Ap mAi"oin i troé coif céró riA ftím-bAjic ... ... 27 

10. CjtÁc i troé if mé cnÁi-óce 1 bpém ... ... 29 

11. Ceo -ojiAoróeAccA ... ... .. ... 32 

12. A5 cAifceAt ua btÁ^nAn ... ... ... 34 

13. A5 rAirceAt ha ftéibce ... ... ... 37 

14. Coif CAOibe AbAnn rínce ... ... ... 39 

15. Cf Ác if mé coif teAfA ... ... ... 41 

II.— ArhítÁm 1 scoinmb r\A n-^tttfmnAó. 

.16. CÁ CfiiA-ócAn aji Seoiffe ... ... ... 45 

17. A fite cifc géif ... ... ... ... 47 

III.— AmnÁm bAine^s te n-A £>eAt-Ai*ú pém. 

18. A éijfe An Aicif ... ... ... ... 49 

19. & SéAmAif "oéAn -oAm ... ... ... ... . 53 

20. A cAf a mo ctéib ... ... ... ... 54 



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21. x\ §Aibne ÓLÁiji póoLA 

22. A SAjAif u 51L CÁ10 ... 

23. 1p miúio *oAm pém 

24. Sm AjAib mo teAfUAf 

25. meifce 50 "oeAfib 

26. Cóat) pLÁn ctim ^aó pi'5-pip 



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28. & bite s&n ceAL^ 

29. eAfniAiL ir Áji 

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32. 1p píoji ujiím AipLm^ 



VI.— -AffiRáin molcA bv\n. 

33. "OÁ mb'éigp mé 

34. *OÁ mb' Aon mé 1 'onn^finc éipeACC 

35. T)o CAiteAÓ Liom pao£ao 
30 1p ACuinpeAc ^éAji mo rcéAL pAijtíoji 
37. 1 noé ij % mé 50 oéi-óeAnAC 5A11 úp-^jimn 
3S. niAiocAii puAji pLiuc ... 

VII.— V)AK,\nCv\is, -c 

39. ó ét^pe ip juia-óa SLéibe LuArjtA 

40. Whereas o'Átutm aoii oom Látaij\ 

41. 1 ScjieAÚAii aii ceoi^-oo CAfAt) nn tjieoiji 

VIII. — ruiLLeAX) .\1sL1n5. 

42. cpím AifLinj ajiaoiji ... 

43. SeAlAO oom p ao^aL ... 

44. T)o nmneAÓ AifLm$ beA^ AepeAC 
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